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The federal community has gleaned similar benefits from automated functions.
Transitioning to 5G is a key strategy for federal agencies' network modernization efforts, but the next generation of communication comes with unique supply chain hazards.
Agency CTOs highlighted the areas they're working on to improve IT across the department.
Greater supply chain transparency and information-sharing will improve federal cyber posture.
Federal CISOs discuss mitigation strategies for inevitable cyber attacks.
Arizona State University is applying analytics and other tools to help the agency predict and respond to emergencies.
A uniquely positioned DHS S&T Center of Excellence contributed to the COVID-19 response this year.
A research institute is working with the agency to innovate detection and monitoring capabilities around contraband and other illegal imports.
The organization is working on digital forensic technologies to support cybersecurity.
Through a new website, the agency aims to educate and update travelers on how it uses the NIST-approved facial-recognition technology.
The end-user experience first relies on technologies like cloud to ensure the infrastructure is in place.
Frameworks including zero trust and edge security can vastly improve government cybersecurity.
CBP is using an integrated cloud approach in support of the national security mission across its agencies.
TSA and CBP pilot facial-recognition programs with an eye on security and privacy.
The agency is aiming to advance and address the accuracy and privacy concerns of its biometrics system.
Bias and inaccuracies plague the technology.