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.
The Professional Services Council's CIO and CISO survey also highlighted worries over an aging IT workforce.
Federal websites will be required to tack on the "s" for "secure" by the end of next year.
'Very old systems' and a lot of valuable, unencrypted data left millions vulnerable, despite the application of interior and perimeter defenses.
Europa, frozen moon of Jupiter, might hold vast oceans and even life. NASA has OK'd a fleet of instruments aimed at exposing her secrets.
A National Research Council study suggests utilizing NGOs to help Foggy Bottom identify growing trends in science and technology.
Post-mortems on the OPM hack show that former officials agree on one thing: that Einstein 3 and CDM, cornerstones of federal civilian cyber defense, need to be enhanced.
Several provisions in the Commerce-Justice-Science bill would bar the use of funds for various surveillance activities.
News and notes from around the federal IT community.
The Defense Information Systems Agency is exploring the next version of its Global Content Delivery Service.