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February 8, 2014    /    by

After Target breach: Get ready for credit cards with chips and PINs (or EMV cards)

Yes, federal, state and local governments are impacted.

January 30, 2014    /    by

Look to Israel for new cybersecurity ideas, innovation, partnerships and inspiration

CyberTech 2014 demonstrates disruptive tech solutions

January 18, 2014    /    by

The 2013 National Infrastructure Protection Plan (NIPP)

Why it matters to a community near you.

January 12, 2014    /    by

A mission for big data in government: How hyper-personalization can transform customer service

What do we really do with all that data we collect in government? The answer must be to improve customer service and provide a radical transformation in the way governments interact with residents. Anything less will bring big problems. Here's why.

January 5, 2014    /    by

Can computer security be easier? It depends

Quick Pop Quiz: Don't worry, this will be easy.

December 28, 2013    /    by

14 Predictions on Government IT for 2014

7 Predictions for optimists and 7 predictions for pessimists for government IT in 2014.

December 22, 2013    /    by

More bandwidth please: Why consumer trust is at stake in the battle for control of Internet's pipes

New global fiber, with faster pipes, and end-to-end deliver, owned by tech giants like Google, are a central part of the plan to deliver trust.

December 15, 2013    /    by

Reviewing 2013 cyber news: Snowden is the top story

2013 was another eventful year in the brief history of cyberspace - with more online holiday shopping, more spear-phishing, some big government project failures and more virtual surprises than ever before.

December 10, 2013    /    by

The Top 2014 Government IT Headache: Windows XP Migration

November 29, 2013    /    by

What's next for mobile payments?

A few years back, experts predicted that the smartphone would replace the wallet by now. The trouble is, most of these predictions were way too optimistic.