Ten insights from IT leaders on the front lines of big-data deployments.
If big data represents the search for a needle in a haystack, DARPA aims to develop technology that explains why the needle is in the stack in the first place.
Cybersecurity is one of a few areas set to receive a boost, at the expense of troop strength.
The agency wants to encourage small and midsize businesses to adopt the Cybersecurity Framework.
DISA’s online collaboration tool registers 1 million users.
Pending lawsuits could prompt agency to preserve meta data far longer than planned.
Security checklists and formal reviews are giving way to technologies that allow for real-time threat awareness.
A report from Dell showed that only 18 percent of those surveyed consider predicting and detecting unknown cyber threats a top concern.
C3 program will help critical infrastructure operators with readiness and risk management.
In the long term, the Pentagon will look to replace legacy systems with more "militarily effective" technologies.
Agencies need to stop relying on 20th-century solutions and create networks than can move a terabyte of data per hour, says DOE official Greg Bell.
The DHS agency was seeking a company to build a smart phone-accessible database of license plate information that agents could use in the field.