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GiN Review: Program Your Own Heroes with Skylanders: Imaginators - October 20, 2016
Skylanders: Imaginators is one of the most technically advanced videogames ever created, allowing for the creation of fully programmable toys that warp into the game through the power portal. Suitable for kids or adults, our review tested large groups of both, it also happens to be a whole lot of fun.
NextGov Tech Column: Change 2 for NISPOM Approved - October 18, 2016
Change 2 to the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual will require companies working with classified government information to create a full insider threat program. Despite that burden, it should be embraced in these troubling times.
21st Century Tech Column: Body Cams in Miami-Dade - October 17, 2016
It’s a sad fact that relationships between police and the communities they serve are, in some parts of the country, at an all-time low. The Miami-Dade County Police Department is attempting to change that by using some interesting new technology to reach out to the community it serves.
Is it too late to secure the Internet of Things? - October 14, 2016
A lot of attention has been given lately to the security in the Internet of Things. Unfortunately, there is already a widely installed base of vulnerable hardware and software that is being exploited for attacks. Are we doomed to another losing game of catch-up?
Tenable Security Blog – Defending the Defenders: USS Zumwalt - October 11, 2016
On October 15, 2016, the naval commissioning ceremony for the USS Zumwalt will take place in the Port of Baltimore. The USS Zumwalt is not only the newest ship in the U.S. Navy, it represents a new class of warship that takes naval technology to a new level.
TWB / NextGov Exclusive: Former NSA Director Calls Snowden Movie Grossly Inaccurate - October 4, 2016
People looking for a historical thriller in the new Oliver Stone movie Snowden may be disappointed. Chris Inglis, who was the Deputy Director of the NSA during the incident, calls the film grossly inaccurate in an exclusive interview with TWB author John Breeden II for NextGov.
Microsoft HoloLens Review – Bridging The Gap Between AR And VR - October 3, 2016
Microsoft has a long tradition of spicing up relatively dull product announcements with compelling tech demos, and the Windows 10 announcement was no exception. The software giant used the opportunity to create a fair amount of buzz about the HoloLens, a futuristic headset that offers a glimpse into the future of Augmented Reality (AR). However, … Continue reading Microsoft HoloLens Review – Bridging The Gap Between AR And VR
New Standards for Sharing Cyberthreat Information - September 30, 2016
Standards are being published for creating new private sector Information Sharing and Analysis Organizations. Will these ISAOs be the tools we need to improve the nation’s cybersecurity?