By putting the government's management of IT acquisitions and operations on the High Risk List, GAO has ensured it will finally get the attention it deserves.
The detection tech is the second to emerge from Science and Technology Directorate's Transition to Practice program.
Responding indirectly to evidence that Iran’s cyber capabilities have improved because of a U.S.-Israeli cyberattack, NSA Director Adm. Michael Rogers said clearer norms could help prevent such escalation.
The military's traditional, top-down way of operating is being challenged by the non-diffuse nature of computer networks, says Lt. Gen. Edward Cardon, head of Army Cyber Command.
A new resource for federal cloud users and vendors will debut next month.
FITARA gives Congress new tools for getting answers, and key legislators remain focused. But will it actually work?
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The newly named chief data scientist sketches the future of data-driven government.
A week after two big moves on cybersecurity policy, cyber czar Michael Daniel reflects on the avenues for public-private information sharing.
The man who declared data scientist "the sexiest job of the 21st century” now plays that part for the federal government.
Apple Pay could be available for consumers to use in some federal transactions, such as entry fee payments at national parks, by September.
New laws promise to strengthen agencies' efforts to block network intruders, share information and build a topnotch cybersecurity workforce.