Winning approaches by federal leaders suggest that mobile success begins not with a device, but with a proper business plan.
Two committees will be holding hearings this week, but the fate of legislation aimed at boosting the federal role in combatting data breaches remains uncertain.
The ODNI'S Kshemendra Paul offers a guide to the 2014 Information Sharing Environment.
The latest figures on data center closures will be made public the first week of March.
Infections of malicious software in mobile devices surged by 20 percent in 2013, just as bring-your-own-device strategies are gaining greater acceptance in government.
Three-quarters of those polled were more concerned about privacy than they were a year ago, and more cited business data collection, rather than government surveillance programs, as the reason.
The public safety cloud that supports security at the event serves as a case study in connecting numerous disparate groups and people to identify and mitigate risks.
Data security and downtime are two of the major worries for IT decision makers.
With multiple federal entities working on emergency response communications, GAO says DHS should take the lead.
The Navy Yard shooting in D.C. and the Fort Hood attack in Texas have increased the focus on workplace security at government installations.
Acquisition reform did not get any attention during the State of the Union address, but that doesn't mean reform efforts are off the agenda.
CTO Wolf Tombe's four years of early-adopter experience provides a host of hard-learned lessons.