The primary targets of the National Institute of Standards and Technology guidelines are the owners and operators of privately run critical infrastructure.
The Air Force is increasingly handling its IT purchasing problems by partnering with other Pentagon agencies and the private sector.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency does not routinely share its information with the public, but after a recent natural disaster, the agency opened up its data with positive results.
A reminder for vendors and feds alike of what is required by June 2014.
Organizations as diverse as the Sunlight Foundation and Gun Owners of America want the legislation passed without the changes proposed by OMB.
The architecture is intended to make information sharing between federal agencies easier and less legally burdensome.
Well-designed IaaS deployments can allow failures to happen without the customer and their users noticing.
Since the most recent draft came out in October, a sharpened focus on privacy has evolved.
A New York Times story on NSA vulnerabilities bears a striking resemblance to a report by Republicans on the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee detailing problems at other agencies.
The newest award suggests the Pentagon and intelligence community want to improve the collection of geospatial data.
The use of unsecured networks to oversee many aspects of military logistics raises the possibility of malware attacks.
Cyberthreat Defense Report sheds light on global cybersecurity measures