The Hill: Tuesday’s edition of the Federal Register contains a final rule to allow travelers with breathing problems to carry oxygen machines onboard flights, a new rule from the Federal Trade Commission to allow manufacturers to post product warranty information online and new energy conservation standards from the Energy Department for air conditioners and hearing equipment.
U.S. defense and intelligence organizations leverage
analytic tools to help gather intelligence, investigate and
deter a wide array of cybersecurity threats. Open source
intelligence (OSINT), a primary weapon in their arsenals, is
quickly evolving to embrace cloud technologies and cognitive
computing (artificial intelligence). These latest...
As federal IT organizations make progress consolidating and
modernizing their IT infrastructures, the impact of legacy
platforms, technologies and traditional data centers still
weighs heavy, along with each agency’s ability to attract
and maintain the skill sets and applications needed to meet
21st century requirements.
Because agencies typically spend 80 percent of IT budgets
managing legacy systems and only 20 percent on new
technology -- the more agencies can adopt agile application
development methods, the faster they will increase
efficiency and improve performance. Agility in software
development requires keeping code...
IT and security managers in the federal government—like
their private sector counterparts—are facing daunting
challenges when it comes to safeguarding data throughout
Trends such as the increased use of cloud platforms and
mobile technology, along with the growing sophistication of
attacks launched by hackers...
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