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- Anytime, Anywhere: Mobile applications are the new way to extend government information and services to on-the-go citizens and employees.
- Big Changes For U.S. Intelligence: New initiative aims to shift the 17-member Intelligence Community from agency-specific IT silos to an enterprise environment of shared systems and services.
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Data markets could become a new market category. Here, companies buy, sell or trade data for mutual benefit.
Two-factor authentication is a good step. But for securing many sites, Twitter included, it's not enough.
FTC should crack down on wireless carriers and smartphone manufacturers that put their customers at risk by failing to update Android devices.
Video surveillance played a key role in identifying the suspects in Monday's tragic Boston Marathon bombing, setting a precedent for increasing...
Cybersecurity bill's backers portray threat intelligence sharing as a panacea, but yet again ignore the potential privacy and security downsides.
A threat information-sharing bill wouldn't do much to help banks defend themselves against distributed denial of services (DDoS) attacks.
Technology to help people navigate indoors is all the rage. But unless you really want to be tracked through the mall, it's largely unnecessary.
What should your company take away from this week's attacks? Lock down unsecured DNS repeaters being exploited by attackers and prep DDoS response...
Three-year old "TeamSpy" espionage campaign should be a wake-up call. Lock down your remote-access tools, or else.
From customer relationships to cloud, and why mobile isn't one of them.