Spokeswoman says reported vulnerability can be exploited only by an individual with physical access to the computer.
A cyberattack on Syria could crash enemy systems, interfere with air defenses and spare civilian lives.
Locating the nation's cybersecurity hub in the land of jambalaya and jazz could be a good step, some experts say.
A new search feature lets passengers determine quickly what they can and can't take aboard a plane.
How much would telework save your agency? A new tool helps estimate payback.
Starting with a pilot program for 18 workers in 1997, the patent office has made telework an integral part of its culture for almost 8,000 employees.
Spending on cybersecurity is tucked away in many different budget line items, not always clearly labeled, and has come to pervade spending accounts and areas of attention throughout varying agency levels.
Certification affirms company's cloud offerings meet security standards for federal agencies.
A five-year agreement between the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the European Organization for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites at least partially helps offset a potential gap in polar-orbiting weather satellite coverage.
A two-part study examines the benefits 200 federal IT managers attribute to using modular development methods over the traditional waterfall approach in IT projects.
The Institute is trying to maximize opportunities for public participation in developing its guidelines.
4G LTE services are part of GSA's recent wireless BPAs.