White House-cited Standard Would Bolster National Electronics Security

Protecting the supply chain is about more than ensuring semiconductor inventories, some argue.

China Has a New Global Development Initiative, But Who Will Actually Benefit From It?

China has another plan to enhance its global political and economic power.

Fueled by Virtually Unrestricted Social Media Access, White Nationalism is on the Rise and Attracting Violent Young White Men

Social media provides a platform for attracting violent extremists that has never existed before.

Federated Learning Uses The Data Right on Our Devices

The development could be key for privacy advocates.

Pass the CHIPS Act

Two former senior defense and intelligence leaders lay out the case for Congressional action to help the U.S. semiconductor industry.

AI Scouts Brain Data to Spot Mental Illness Patterns

Artificial intelligence may be able to spot certain kids of medical conditions before symptoms get serious.

Understanding NIST’s Post-Quantum Encryption Standardization and Next Steps for Federal CISOs

The National Institute of Standards and Technology recently chose new cryptographic algorithms to defend against quantum computers.

Six Strategies for Transforming Citizen Service Delivery

President Biden wants to make it easier and more efficient to access critical government services. Here’s some ways to make that happen.

Uncle Sam Isn't a Trustworthy Dude: So What is America To Do?

Americans’ trust in government is a quarter of what it was in the 1960s.

No, Submitting Junk Data to Period Tracking Apps Won’t Protect Reproductive Privacy

Reproductive privacy is not guaranteed.