The Obama administration is poised to decide whether to proceed with a program to use biometrics to keep track of foreign visitors' departures.
Emergency medical workers in Indianapolis and its suburbs now have access to electronic health records.
Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano said today cybersecurity is a shared responsibility and urged private persons to get involved.
The SSA is exchanging data more than one billion times a year and needs to do more to prepare for an increasing data exchange caseload, the GAO says.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has redesigned a Spanish-language Web site with disaster information and a user-friendly format.
An Army effort to transform itself into a highly mobile and connected force is evolving into a crucial tool for the military services to collaborate in Iraq and Afghanistan.
A Senate-House committee wants to give the Homeland Security Department more money for several large information technology programs in fiscal 2010.
The sixth annual 2009 Government Information Security Leadership Awards were given by (ISC)2, an association that certifies information security professionals.
President Barack Obama should quickly appoint a cybersecurity coordinator to ensure computer defense efforts are coordinated, a House member who oversees cybersecurity programs said today.
The DHS inspector general has found vulnerabilities related to uneven security patch management in the department's nine most popular Web sites.
A U.S. District Court judge refuses to dismiss the False Claims Act lawsuit against the Deepwater contractors and sets trial for next year.
The Homeland Security Department does not have an effective strategy or technologies in place to counteract the threat of attacks by terrorists who arrive on small boats, according to a new report.