Only one of 479 DHS employees surveyed was actually able to use the common channel, the department's IG found. Most did not even know the common channel existed.
New survey finds agencies and businesses are adjusting slowly to the realities of cloud and mobile.
Although the number of data center closings is on pace, the savings are somewhat mysterious due to patchy information coming from agencies.
An application-control strategy can help agencies develop a secure approach to BYOD that is fine-tuned to their unique mission requirements, writes David Donnelly. To find out just how to do that, read on.
Officials say legislation is still necessary to fully address cyber threats, but the failure of Congress to pass a bill in its lame-duck session makes White House action more likely.
President Obama signed guidance that clarifies the role of different agencies and departments in fighting cyber threats.
Enterprise search isn't the same as searching the web, writes Kamran Khan.
The heat is on lawmakers to take action on cybersecurity, and federal officials such as Gen. Keith Alexander warn that keeping cyber policy on ice amid political wrangling will continue to be a costly gamble.
Agencies are drowning in data, but tools and strategies to make sense of it all are starting to emerge.
How many nations have cyber warfare capabilities? And just how frequent are cyber attacks? We answer these and other questions in a handy info-graphic.
Federal adoption lags behind the private sector, but new research projects a steep growth curve.
Electronic voting -- and even e-mail voting in some parts of storm-ravaged New Jersey -- brings security risks.