In Case of Emergency, Check Twitter
Facebook, Twitter, and similar social media tools can enhance disaster preparedness and emergency response, according to New England Journal of Medicine commentary.
US-CERT Director Leaves Abruptly
Randy Vickers, head of the organization responsible for
protecting the U.S. against cyber attacks, has resigned effective
VA Awards $12 Billion For Tech Overhaul
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Services, Booz Allen Hamilton, and Harris Corp. are among those implementing the five-year program aimed at transforming a range of IT operations across the department.
Global Tech Leaders Promote Open Internet
Leaders from 34 countries, including notable technology pioneers, have released principles aimed at maintaining the Internet as a forum for open communication and expression.
Are You Ready For An FBI Server Takedown?
The FBI's recent scareware-busting raids and server seizures knocked 120 unrelated companies' websites offline--a scenario that most hosting customers don't anticipate.
Feds Debut Energy Management Site
Energy.Data.Gov, launched despite recent budget cuts, is aimed at inspiring people to use clean energy and become more efficient in their consumption through the release of information about federal energy usage.