In his latest book, statistician and predictive analytics expert Nate Silver describes his approach to forming forecasts out of data.
A report from the Center for a New American Security outlines reasons for policymakers to provide guidance and clarity on the debate about active cyber defense.
Cyber warfare is widely seen as a separate discipline from more conventional forms of combat, but experts say that approach has to change -- and soon.
Agencies lag far behind the private sector in embracing mobile, but that means big productivity gains are still to be had.
As implementation of the president's cybersecurity executive order takes shape, critics say Congress must pass legislation if there is to be a significant improvement.
New study finds hopes for big data are high, but questions remain about proving return on investment.
The government has been faltering on several critical aspects of cybersecurity, GAO finds. Will the president's executive order address the concerns?
Cybersecurity is a 'tough nut to crack,' and escalating attacks only make it harder.
A controversial bill that died in the Senate last year has been reintroduced, with bipartisan sponsors defending the legislation's privacy protections.
With the cybersecurity directive now official, stakeholders start to wrestle with questions of implementation.
Silver's big-data rule number one: 'Don't become too enamored with computers.'
Also: Expect the resurrection of one of last year's failed cybersecurity bills.