The iPhone's fingerprint scanner could usher in a new era of authentication for mobile devices, but agencies are a long way from abandoning pass codes.
Court overturns GAO's decision on bid protest; IBM says it will appeal.
Apps track agency status, help treat PTSD and allows you to improve the science of weather forecasting.
Oral arguments are about to begin in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims on AWS's appeal of a GAO decision that reopened the competition for a ground-breaking CIA contract.
In a week dominated by shutdown stories, a few other gems came as well.
A DOD instruction to make information more shareable and accessible has a serious limitation.
400 government IT decision-makers reveal their ambitions and worries for the coming year.
To hear some insiders tell it, the state of U.S. security is in shambles, with Edward Snowden, digital adversaries and a lack of cybersecurity legislation chipping away. But hope that the mess can be cleaned up persists.
The project is the federal government's first cloud-based identity management pilot.
Contract with HP Enterprise Services will support DHS's internal security capabilities.
Obamacare's public-facing presence opens with a few glitches, high demand.
Increasingly, hackers are not motivated by the prospect of easy money. Now they're after our secrets.