Why Managing APIs is Critical for Federal Agencies

Federal IT managers are basically software-as-a-service providers and should be prepared to act that way.

How the 2017 Tech Predictions Stacked Up

Here are the predictions that came true—and one that didn't.

China Is On a Whole-of-Nation Push for AI. The US Must Match It

Beijing is harnessing government and commercial entities in pursuit of a once-in-a-generation technological kingmaker.

With New Testing Rules, Will 2018 Finally Be the Year of the Drone?

The visual line-of-sight rule is perhaps the most important limitation to widespread commercial use of drones.

As AI and Cyber Race Ahead, the State Department Is Falling Behind

Technology is reshaping the global order. America’s diplomats need to start thinking ahead.

Hey, @Twitter, It’s Time to Talk about President Trump

The president’s amplification of the things he finds in his mentions is putting national security at risk.

3 Ways to Infuse Digital into Your Agency’s DNA

Random acts of digital aren't enough for a transformation.

The Key to Reducing Exposure to Cyber Liability, Part 2

Former federal CISO Greg Touhill explains how an organization's people play the largest role in reducing cyber liability.

The Key to Reducing Exposure to Cyber Liability, Part 1

Former federal CISO Greg Touhill explains how to reduce an organization's exposure to breaches and subsequent liabilities.

How the New Science of Vulnerability Management Can Help Struggling Federal Networks

IT teams often have the tools to find network vulnerabilities. What they don't have is the manpower to fix them all.

Russia Used Social Media to Weaponize American Free Will. Here’s What to Do About It.

The tech, policy and national security communities need to come together to stop disinformation campaigns.

What Artificial Intelligence in Hands of Adversaries Means for Cyber Defense  

Governments and businesses need to prepare for the cyberattacks AI can make more effective.

How Can Agencies Prepare for the Software Future?

Federal agencies and their IT teams must adapt from a hardware-centric model to an increasingly software-defined world.

Here’s How the Federal Reserve Could Guide the Digital Financial Revolution

Blockchain could enable a direct bank-to-bank frictionless payment system that is fast, secure and near real-time.

Drones Take Off in a Public Safety Role

Will successful rescue missions completed with the help of drone operators help loosen some of the FAA's regulations?

Shining a Light to Overcome the Internet of Thing’s Security Complexities

Because the IoT is relatively new, it brings unfamiliar complexities for federal IT professionals.

Protect White House Staff's Personal Tech But Don’t Forget to Secure Government Phones

Talking about personal devices takes attention away from the arguably greater threat posed by unsecured government-issued mobile devices.

Sharing the Secret to Digitization in Emerging Economies

Governments must realize that data is the currency of the future.