With final comments on the NIST plan due Dec. 13, industry and agency experts are contemplating what comes next.
The Defense Department wants contractors to offer up ideas on combatting espionage, sabotage, treason and terrorism.
Hill sources say the House Veterans' Affairs Committee has received only a single response to its multitude of inquiries.
The challenge is a chess-like competition that pits teams of researchers against each other in a contest to develop unmanned cybersecurity systems.
The company plans to strengthen encryption of customer data and take a more active role in challenging efforts to collect information on users.
Better mapping can give more detailed information to IT managers tasked with protecting networks.
SEISS is the third of six major instruments that will fly with GOES-R when it is launched in early 2016.
Alexander's planned retirement offers a chance to reorganize, but the changes required are anything but simple.
Los Alamos develops screening technology to identify dangerous liquids.
A coalition of anti-surveillance activists wants to use local utilities as leverage to halt data collection.
A new report from the Center for Data Innovation shows what sensor technology can do for government.
Some of the problems with the health care privacy law echo complaints about the intelligence community in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks.