How Regulators Are Dealing with Antitrust Laws and Data Privacy

When people turn over data to "pay" for Facebook's services, are they getting a good deal?

What If Your Data Could Secure Itself?

Building strong protections at the network perimeter are only part of the solution.

Here's a Different Way the Government Could Clean Up Its Data

Maybe there's a better way for agencies to get good data that doesn't involve cleaning it up themselves.

Hiring Alone Will Not Solve Government’s Security Problems

It's going to take more than increased employees to keep up with vulnerabilities.

3 Cultural Considerations in IT Modernization

First, remember that transformation is a team sport.

Can American Technology Firms and Lawmakers Learn from Europe’s GDPR?

The European Union's privacy law is a very well-crafted law that simply mandates good data handling best practices.

How to Modernize While Meeting Multiple Mandates

An enterprisewide approach will not only secure systems but put agencies in line to meet several compliance regulations.

3 Ways to Use Data to Fight Terrorism and Money Laundering

Cognitive search and analytics technologies are all about accessing the right information at the right time.

How to Secure Applications in Hybrid Cloud Environments

Enforcing multifactor authentication is just one way to help secure data.

The State Department’s New Cyber Reports Miss the Point Entirely

Amid a crisis in U.S. cyber policy, a pair of reports on deterrence and international engagement offer recycled ideas.

How Using Open Wi-Fi Could Get Safer

A standard called Enhanced Open aims to make using free networks more secure than it is now.

Embrace IT Modernization Without Creating Cybersecurity Risks

IT modernization alone won't fix your cybersecurity issues, but implemented correctly can make a huge difference.

5 Recommendations for Meeting NARA’s Vision of a Digital Future

Meeting the 2022 mandate will having agencies thinking retention policies, storage space and IT investments.