The possibility that other nations are attempting to extract information through civil-space partnerships and hacking efforts has NASA on alert, said space agency Administrator Charles Bolden.
NASA has missed several major opportunities to transfer its technology to industry, finds a March 1 audit report (.pdf) from NASA's office of inspector general. One of NASA's strategic goals is to
Recent congressional testimony did not inspire confidence in the security NASA's information technology systems. NASA's IT has systemic internal control weaknesses, which are compounded by...
Computers infected by an alleged $14 million clickjacking scheme broken up by the FBI in 2011 continue to send hundreds of thousands domain name service requests to servers set up as legitimate
A Feb. 1 NASA-commissioned report from the National Research Council identifies 16 high-priority technologies NASA should focus on in the coming years--many of which are already underway. The report
As small satellites that weigh less than 400 pounds proliferate, NASA says it sees potential and challenges in operating them together as a coordinated constellation. To that end, NASA says it's
Within 3 years a team at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. hopes to apply "ensemble forecasting"--a technique used by meteorologists to predict the path and severity of hurricanes
On Jan. 4, NASA added to its growing collection of open.nasa.gov websites with the launch of code.nasa.gov . The site aims to be a "community hub" by providing access to current NASA open source
The recent launch of code.nasa.gov is providing better access to NASA sourced and funded projects, but William Eshagh of the NASA open government team says some forthcoming open-source licensing
NASA is expanding its open government efforts with the addition of yet another site to the open.nasa.gov family of websites. Code.nasa.gov launched in "early alpha" Jan. 4 with a focus on providing