The Internet of Things really could change everything -- and agencies need to start preparing now.
Recording suspect interviews presents the department with the challenge of how it will create and store the information.
The sometimes-confusing guidance on acquisition and supply line protection rules is leaving some potential industry partners flummoxed.
China's targeting of U.S. military know-how is a fact of life for the defense industrial base, which hopes a longstanding information-sharing framework will be enough to ward off threats.
While agencies scramble to recruit cyber talent, former FBI Director Robert Mueller notes that law enforcement skills are also needed.
Without executive direction from the federal CIO, agencies will have difficulty realizing cost savings through enterprise-wide software license management, says a new report.
NASA is partnering with Slooh, which has a global network of web-connected telescopes, to engage citizen scientists in helping track asteroids that might pose a threat to Earth.
The bill is aimed at giving the Department of Homeland Security more flexibility in hiring cybersecurity specialists.
Civilian agencies' approach to cloud security is now a key part of the Pentagon's process.
ICS-CERT typically does not provide much detail when reporting incursions, but it made an exception for two recent cases to highlight the dangers.
Vets need jobs. Everybody needs cyber-specialists. And situational awareness could be the thread to connect the two.
Federal agencies can't operate like Silicon Valley startups, but even the largest organization can manage for great innovation.