Cyberthreat Defense Report sheds light on global cybersecurity measures
The use of unsecured networks to oversee many aspects of military logistics raises the possibility of malware attacks.
In the ongoing quest to save money, many agencies are turning to flexible, communal office space -- and are redefining work in the process.
Author Bill Franks says organizations that capitalize on big data in the technology's infancy will seize an early competitive advantage.
A request for information seeks suggestions on how to keep telephone metadata accessible to spy agencies without the government storing it.
Juggling competing priorities makes agency IT overhauls an often overwhelming exercise.
Telecom carriers are eager to see federal agencies get moving on the changeover to IP-based networks.
Former USDA CIO Chris Smith, now AT&T's vice president of technology, says government is coping reasonably well but could do more to lead.
The bipartisan measure would codify numerous existing government cybersecurity efforts.
The indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract could be worth as much as $350 million over five years.
Some of the most troubling issues have been at DHS, the agency charged with leading federal cybersecurity efforts.
Despite good guidance from feds, defense contractors still feel vulnerable to cyber-threats post-Snowden.