The Internet of Things offers convenience, efficiency, and intelligence value, but also brings new risks to networks and data security

By Matt Alderton • 2017 ISSUE 1

Understanding the vulnerabilities of the Internet of Things is the first step toward better data security

By Matt Alderton • 2017 ISSUE 1

Precision agriculture applies technology to improve crop yields and reduce costs as well as to provide early warning signs about food insecurity and regional conflict

By Melanie D.G. Kaplan • 2017 ISSUE 1

Governments and NGOs today can predict food and water shortages like never before

2017 ISSUE 1

NASA’s first GOES-R weather satellite reaches orbit

By Kristin Quinn

Dec. 5, 2016

Cognitive computing and geospatial technology help law enforcement track, locate, and rescue human trafficking victims

By Kristin Quinn • 2016 ISSUE 4

Cartography conference accepting presentation applications

By Kristin Quinn

Aug. 31, 2016

USGIF accredits first international GEOINT program

By Lindsay Tilton Mitchell • 2016 ISSUE 3

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity tackles the Intelligence Community’s most vexing problems

By Jim Hodges • 2016 ISSUE 3

Leveraging open Earth observation data via Amazon Web Services

By Kristin Quinn

July 18, 2016

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