Inexpensive attacks can yield great returns for the bad guys, while the defenders work with limited budgets and have to be right every time.
In the wake of the Snowden affair, Americans are growing more reluctant to hand over personal information to the government, which hurts legitimate data collection and could drive up costs.
The beverage giant's breach, which involved a former employee stealing laptops with unencrypted data, is a teachable moment for federal agencies.
A House committee held a closed hearing to discuss potentially sensitive information related to the security of the HealthCare.gov website.
Migration to the cloud yields real benefits, but only when thought through and managed properly, say federal IT leaders who have made the move.
A new report helps agency leaders understand what the popular approach to software development can offer complex government projects.
President has still not addressed compromised security standards, cryptographers warn.
Cloud computing continues to evolve -- and so do the government's security controls.
Newly released contracting documents detail arrangements with Terremark and Accenture.
Her farewell blog post recaps accomplishments and handicaps future tech. Plus, the GSA Training and Expo has been canceled for the second year.
As expected, Michael Rogers will succeed Keith Alexander.
The orbiting craft are part of a network that detects and locates distress signals from emergency beacons.