Make-up, photographs and digital recorders are tools in the biometric hacker's toolbox, but efforts are underway to make systems more resistant to them.
'Horse and buggy-era' funding cited as part of the problem in federal acquisition.
Cybersecurity certifications are proliferating, but developing an agreed-upon measure for experience and expertise is still difficult.
The main public face of Obamacare is back in service after the latest in a string of embarrassing difficulties took it offline.
Space agency posts patents in hopes of crowdsourcing new tech solutions.
Technology advances and declining prices are sparking a "real-time data revolution," industry experts say.
Emphasis is not on recruiting, but on defining the skills that will be needed.
"Let me be clear: Healthcare.gov is fixable," administration's point man for the fixes declares.
House Ways and Means chairman asks why IRS employees were excepted from the shutdown to work on the health care site, but not to test key tax systems.
Congressional hearing zeroes in on problems with testing, integration and project management.
Latest draft fills in details, but debate continues over voluntary standards versus regulatory mandates.
"Regulation E" site is an open-source, one-stop resource for compliance officers and others tracking rules on electronic fund transfers.