"Not every application is meant for the cloud," says the director of the GSA program that certifies cloud security.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
Restrictions on accessing records across agencies are hamstringing government watchdogs -- but there's hope for a change.
The Army has been testing weapon systems for sophisticated cyber threats, but it was an attack on its public website that underscored the breadth of the challenge facing defense agencies.
OPM's fiscal 2016 request of $272 million includes $21 million for finishing network upgrades begun in fiscal 2014.
In today’s complex cybersecurity environment, these three elements form the foundation of agencies’ ability to defend networks and data.
Rules and data are relatively easy to share, but capturing an organization's deep, experience-based knowledge requires special effort.
New survey shows that CEOs, CIOs and CISOs might have the wrong idea about how secure their networks really are.
Box's CEO discusses innovation, the "black box" of government and getting Silicon Valley to engage with agencies.
New oversight program targets slow progress on two-factor authentication and other cybersecurity practices.
The Pentagon acknowledged the hack, but did not confirm the attacker.
To save money and time, Defense Department officials are moving gradually toward a shared catalog of approved mobile applications.