The U.S. Security Bodies Indicates Quantum Computing and Artificial Intelligence as Emerging Threats

According to a study, several U.S. security network entities indicated that they have seen quantum computing and Artificial Intelligence as potential security threats in near future. The study, titled Long-Range Emerging Threats Facing the United States as Identified by Federal Agencies, was commissioned by the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), in which federal agencies recognized […]

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The U.S. Commerce Department Seeks Comment on Potential AI and Emerging Tech Export Restrictions

The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) released an advanced notice of proposed rulemaking on Nov. 19 looking for public comment through Dec. 19. The Commerce Department seeking comment on criteria for recognizing emerging technologies that are critical to the nation’s security and that may be involved in possible future export […]

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GSA Proposes New Cybersecurity Rules For Federal Contractors to Protect Government Information On IT Systems

The United States General Services Administration (GSA) has proposed new rules providing how contractors protect government information on the IT systems they manage. The Federal Register report detailed that the Unified Agenda of Federal Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions, two proposed rules under GSAR Case 2016-G511 and 2016-G515, call for amending the GSA Acquisition Regulation to […]

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The Updated VA.gov Portal Reports what’s Possible for Government Tech after the Healthcare.gov Tragedy

The U.S. Healthcare.gov, the site that delivers former U.S. President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare plan for veterans crashed catastrophically when it launched in 2013. To fix the site a team of developers and designers, largely picked from Silicon Valley, arrived at Washington DC. Their rescue efforts gave inflation to a team of techies who later […]

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