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NIST challenge targets better de-identification techniques for public data
The agency is worried about "linkage attacks," where hackers collate a bunch of datasets to glean personally identifiable information from otherwise anonymized data.
The Trump administration is bullish on tech transfer
"Tomorrow's great new technologies come from today's basic research," Deputy U.S. CTO Michael Kratsios said at an event on Thursday.
NIST wants telecom drones that can fly longer and carry more gear. Can you help?
A new Challenge.gov challenge asks participants to build a drone tailored to first responders' needs.
Virtual reality for public safety? NIST seeks help in some early-stage research
Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology believe that virtual reality could be a useful tool for the public safety community — they're just not exactly sure how.
Donna Dodson says changing infrastructure is among the biggest challenges in cybersecurity
Dodson also discusses the importance of having a diverse team in this new FedScoop Q&A.
Not just money and talent: Five ways the government can get better at cybersecurity
Some key takeaways from a D.C. CyberWeek panel at Georgetown University on Tuesday.