Government Technology

Hilton Collins

Hilton Collins, Staff Writer

GT Staff Writer

By day, Hilton Collins is a staff writer for Government Technology and Emergency Management magazines who covers sustainability, cybersecurity and disaster management issues. By night, he’s a sci-fi/fantasy fanatic, and if he had to choose between comic books, movies, TV shows and novels, he’d have a brain aneurysm. He can be reached at and on @hiltoncollins on Twitter.

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Recent Articles

Is Government Ready for 3-D-Printed Guns?
August 26, 2014 - The technology is here, but will guns from 3-D printers become a problem?

5 Technologies That May Supercharge the Air Force’s Attack and Defense
August 25, 2014 - If successful, the Air Force's projects could produce fighting men and women who are the envy - and fear - of other military forces.

How Modern Technology Is Changing Public-Sector GIS
August 18, 2014 - The days of waiting weeks or months for new map data are being left behind and GIS data's becoming more accessible.

Are GIS Systems a Cybercrime Target?
August 14, 2014 - Security experts at the Black Hat USA conference weigh in.

Homeland Security SWAMP Program Takes Aim at Software Bugs
August 13, 2014 - Free platform from the Department of Homeland Security identifies software flaws, hoping to make a dent in the $100 billion U.S. cybercrime industry.

Cybercrime's Evolution is Forcing the Public Sector to Adapt
August 12, 2014 - At Black Hat USA 2014, experts weigh in on the direction cybersecurity technology must take to protect systems.

Black Hat 2014: The Ten Commandments of Modern Cybersecurity
August 07, 2014 - There should be more accountability - and less legal leeway - for the software vendors and their technology's source code.

3 Gadgets and Robots That May Change the Future
August 04, 2014 - Sophisticated robotics and technology may subtly find their way into the office, the living room or the doctor's office.

Esri Names Climate Resilience App Challenge Winners
July 15, 2014 - Developers designed free apps that use public geospatial data to help users make eco-friendly choices.

Commerce Department to Name Data Chief and Launch New Open Data Programs
July 15, 2014 - U.S. Commerce Secretary, speaking at Esri meeting, says open data creates jobs and drives billions in revenue.

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