Featured Government Content

  1. Study Finds Federal Agencies Using Big Data To Fight Cybersecurity Breaches

    While 90 percent report a decline in breaches, 59 percent say inability to fully analyze data is at fault. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  2. Small-Scale Data Breaches Get New Focus From Feds

    Almost exclusively, the news around healthcare data breaches focuses on mass — only the biggest and most broadly impactful violations receive much attention. According to an Information Management article, this might all soon be changing thanks to new action from the HHS Office for Civil Rights and its enforcement of rules surrounding HIPAA.

  3. POS, Payment Processing, And Data Collection News

    Seiko Introduces New Mobile Printer Line, Datalogic Announces New Multipurpose Retail Device, Zebra Unveils New Wearables Line, Vantiv Launches New Developer Resources, Creditcall, Elavon Address Unattended EMV, and Touch Dynamic Announces The Quest II Tablet.

  4. Research Shows DNSSEC Vulnerabilities Are Prolific

    Neustar Report finds that savvy DDoS attackers are using our defenses against us. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  5. White House Releases Federal Source Code Policy To Advance Sharing Across Agencies

    New policy faces criticism as not going far enough. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  6. U.S. Air Force Taps Telos To Upgrade DMZ Security

    Contract valued at $26.9 million lets Telos modify and replace network equipment. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  7. Researchers Developing Anti-Tracking Computer Program To Stop Hackers

    Browser study looks to use browsing habits to help combat cybercrime. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  8. As Researchers Predicted, We May Be Seeing The End Of The Password

    ForgeRock’s Identity Platform Ushers in New Era of the Frictionless User Experience By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  9. Management Is Most Vulnerable To Attacks

    As cyberattacks escalate, enterprises need to be aware of vulnerabilities and protect accordingly. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  10. Florida Using Roadside Transponders To Track Traffic, Relieve Congestion

    State and local governments are implementing technology to respond to traffic woes. By Christine Kern, contributing writer