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Phishing Threats Attempt to Hook New Government Victims

While the government is focused on the dangers of ransomware, phishing campaigns can circumvent the usual protections placed on its networks.

Debunking Myths Around Facial Recognition: What Government Agencies Need to Know 

Government use of facial recognition technology provides its fair share of controversy, as well as tangible benefits.

The Biggest Roadblocks to DataOps Adoption and How Agencies Can Overcome Them

Database professionals need training, budgetary investment and leadership buy-in to be fully successful.

Interesting Federal Social Media Accounts You May Not Know About

Federal agencies have come a long way from the bureaucratic rules that often hampered effective social media use.

Scene Graph Technology: High-Impact Use Cases for Government

Scene graphs allow humans and machines to categorize and query images based on complex relationships among objects in a scene. 

Artemis Will Soon Take Flight

The project’s launch marks the first step in what could be a new era of true space travel.

Why the White House is Focused on Community-Level Water Cybersecurity

A hack on municipal water and wastewater systems could have devastating consequences on an essential resource.

New Data-Sharing Requirements from the National Institutes of Health are a Big Step Toward More Open Science – and Potentially Higher-Quality Research

In order to get funding from the National Institutes of Health, researchers now need a plan for sharing and managing their data.

Hidden Security Considerations When Moving to 5G

The newest generation of wireless technology comes with several transformative advantages, as well as some pitfalls.

The President Proposes, but the Congress Disposes

With the conclusion of 2022 funding legislation efforts, the process for 2023 is around the corner.

I Scoured Congress’ 2,741-Page Spending Bill: Here's All The IT & Cyber In It

A thorough overview of the IT funding provided in Congress’s 2,741-page spending bill.

Using the Sherlock Holmes Method for Cyber Defense

How federal agencies benefit from data-driven cybersecurity strategies.

Why Daylight Saving Time Is Unhealthy – a Neurologist Explains

By altering the body’s internal clock, ‘springing forward’ may contribute to an increase in heart attacks and strokes.

The Ukrainian War Could Usher in Quantum Arms Race

Just as nuclear weapons remain a threat in the physical space, quantum-powered capabilities could become a threat in cyberspace.