The data hub that will connect health insurance exchanges to federal agencies will hold personal information of millions of Americans, rasing concerns about privacy and security.
Virtual desktops have gone from an interesting idea to a technology agencies embrace in increasingly large deployments. To move to virtual machines, however, requires a fresh look at security, standardization and the skills of your IT employees.
DISA's planned 'Acropolis' cloud environment will provide situational cybersecurity awareness, data analysis to detect threats.
In a 'brave new world,' government adapts on the fly to innovation.
The Open Data Policy promises to make government information more freely available, which means agencies must incorporate security into their strategies.
The Data Services Hub, which will support exchange of information between state health insurance exchanges and federal agencies still does not have final security authorization, with the exchanges set to go online in just a few weeks.
Europe is looking to cut into the dominance of American companies in supplying cloud computing services. Revelations about the NSA's surveillance program may help them do that.
Overflow crowds pack development meetings for Automated Commercial Environment.
A year into its mission, the rover is scaling a Martian mountain and telling us Earthlings all about it.
Federal IT shops are still struggling to implement broad mobility, security and cloud services and solutions – and that's all after overcoming the multiple challenges of acquiring those kinds of technologies.
Legal maneuvers in disputed CIA cloud contract demonstrate the importance of the deal.
Stock-car racing and space exploration may seem to have little in common, but they hold a common key to cybersecurity success.