An alphabet soup of regulators collect data on financial transactions, but a universal eye into markets is still on the drawing board.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
Because keeping cyber intruders out is increasingly difficult, the focus should be on finding them quickly and assessing the threat, says Adm. Michael Rogers.
A recent GAO report shows data breaches are on the rise -- and decidedly uneven responses from one agency to the next.
The FDA is releasing an API to collect far-flung data on adverse drug reactions for use by developers as part of an open-data strategy.
The Bureau of Prisons is seeking an advanced IT solution for managing health care behind bars.
Microsoft's Marco Manuello says being overly cautious on mobile is a good way to waste money.
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden details his role in helping intelligence agency CIOs solve pressing technical problems.
With bio-engineering projects now handled by a dedicated office, MTO is looking at spectrum use and extending Moore's Law.
TechAmerica releases a guide for agencies looking to move infrastructure and data to the cloud.
The hacking project used Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn to target high-ranking members of the defense and diplomatic establishment.
Unmanned aerial systems are steadily spreading from military and intelligence missions to civilian agencies, but it can be a bumpy ride.