Thousands of government volunteers will keep tabs on St. Nick.
When it comes to a few key pieces of technology and cybersecurity legislation, the 113th Congress was surprisingly fruitful.
The first phase of the proposal is to send a robot to do the dirty work.
The new guidance overrides two previous memorandums that charged DISA with assessing the security of commercial cloud service offerings.
The department's inability to get its own agency to fall in line could raise questions about the enlargement of Homeland Security's cyber authorities.
A new device is using regular radio spectrum to connect to mobile phones in its area.
The obvious problem is a lack of long-term research.
Given enough time, enough storage, and enough information on how a snowflake's path affects its growth, the answer is... maybe.
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