China’s Disinformation Warriors May Be Coming for Your Company

A recent attack on a rare-earths processor shows a new facet of information warfare: weaponized NIMBYism.

CXO Briefing

Updated Digital Forensics Database Speeds Criminal Investigations

NIST’s expanded, more searchable database will help law enforcement find incriminating data in electronic media.


Historic NATO Meeting Extends Cybersecurity Collaboration to Asia-Pacific Allies

The security alliance is squaring off against Russia and China by building a coordination capability for rapidly responding to cyber attacks.

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How 5G Will Help Government Make the Most of Emerging Tech

Enabling 5G connectivity isn’t just about expanding the latest technology, it’s about improving the practical aspects of the public servant and constituent experience.


House Lawmakers Introduce CHIPPING IN Act

The bipartisan bill aims to provide a boost to the nation’s semiconductor workforce.


Software Edits Images Via Human 'Mind Control'

The development has numerous potential applications.

Emerging Tech

Google’s Powerful AI Spotlights a Human Cognitive Glitch: Mistaking Fluent Speech for Fluent Thought

Learning language does not mean artificial intelligence is conscious, according to researchers.


Federal Government Gets Serious About Post-Quantum Encryption Protection

A Phase III PQE contractor talks about getting federal quantum protection deployed quickly. 

Emerging Tech

New Supercomputers Take Over NOAA’s Weather Forecast Models

The twin supercomputers, developed and operated by General Dynamics Information Technology, are among the 50 fastest supercomputers in the world.

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Path to Cyber Readiness — Preparation, Perception and Partnership

This report explores the progress required to protect the US and it's allies from cyber-attacks.

IT Modernization

VA Enables for Three Major Veteran Portals

Officials said the agency plans to add more services later this year, though credentials won’t be mandatory until all veterans are transitioned.


Congresswoman Promotes Cyber Insurance Amid Shifting Policy Landscape

The jury is still out on how using insurance policies to pay ransoms and re-establish systems after a cyberattack affects critical infrastructure organizations’ individual and collective resilience.


Google Bets Big on Government Business with New Division

Google Public Sector aims to accelerate digital transformation across government.


Quantum Sensors—Unlike Quantum Computers—Are Already Here

And they’re improving at a rate that demands urgent attention.


Agencies Are Responding to the Supreme Court's Abortion Ruling. Here's How.

Hundreds of thousands of federal employees’ access to in-state reproductive health services disappeared Friday after the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade.


Key State Official Warns of ‘Peril’ as US Pursues Cybersecurity Goals at G7

The State Department would oversee $200 billion in aid and financing the administration wants to invest in developing countries, under a new agreement from world leaders that promises a prioritization of cybersecurity.


US-UK Privacy Tech Initiative Focuses on Halting Financial Crime

Both countries want to jumpstart development on privacy-enhancing technologies, which depend on data analysis with limited database access.


Wrap Up the CHIPS Act

While authorization for legislation to incentivize domestic semiconductor production was passed over a year ago, the funding has yet to be approved.


Citizen Science Volunteers are Almost Entirely White

95% of citizen scientists identified as white in a recent survey.