Lt. Col. Timothy Kneeland, commander of Joint Base San Antonio’s 502nd Communications Squadron, says the base’s Air Force component is running behind on a key DOD IT modernization project.
A DHS IG report said Coast Guard IT remains vulnerable to removable media and email threats.
The Pentagon was supposed to wrap up its IPv6 transition in 2012, but an IG report says the effort stalled because IT officials didn't make it a priority.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
NIST is seeking comment on the final draft of its guide to handling security for nongovernmental data.
A draft of the NIST Big Data Interoperability Framework looks to establish a common set of definitions for data science.
Cybercrime is too serious to rely solely on network defenses, Peter Harrell argues.
The North Carolina senator made CISA the focus of the Republican Party's weekly radio address.
A new study urges the Justice Department to up its game on sharing the best tools and tactics with state and local partners.
Unspecified cyberattack prompts agency to rethink its Security Operations Center requirements
Software and automation are crucial to preventing leaks and sabotage, but they're not the only tools deployed by agencies that collect and guard secret information.
Agencies can simplify the process of responding to Freedom of Information Act requests with a little training on new technology tools.