CBP leaders are interested in how wearables and the Internet of Things could come together to help create an automated picture of what law enforcement officers are going through.
Rep. Darrell Issa joined industry and agency experts in urging a proactive approach to security and privacy standards for the Internet of Things.
Einstein 3 Accelerated is adding web content filtering to the arsenal of anti-malware defenses, and a side effect of the move could be to block pornography on agency computers.
To secure the talent they need, agencies must either find a way boost pay or fundamentally change the government-contractor relationship.
The agency is adopting an agile, "outside-in" approach to assessing the security of the Department of Defense Information Network.
The regulator is taking a look at how mobile device manufacturers conduct periodic security updates.
Vice President Joe Biden calls for more open data to fuel big picture public health efforts, including the administration's "moonshot" bid to cure cancer.
Signature-based security and outdated data strategies are just two of the challenges that need serious government-wide attention.
The federal government's in-house design and usability consultancy would like sites to be clean and consistent but not necessarily uniform.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is planning "transformational" changes to its technical guidelines for digital authentication.
The intelligence community wants to build on the Pentagon's effort to get private-sector innovators involved earlier in the acquisition cycle.
Training 130 State Department foreign service officers on cyber is expensive but critical.