The Homeland Security Department plans to hire up to 1,000 new employees to work in cybersecurity, officials said today.
A GAO official cited FEMA's lack of progress on its public alert systems for disasters, but a FEMA official defended the agency's pace.
The Homeland Security Department will establish a new office to coordinate its involvement with intelligence-sharing centers that rely on information technology.
The Homeland Security Department should beef up plans for key officials to communicate when networks go down, GAO recommends.
The Homeland Security Department's top intelligence official told a House subcommittee how IT would help share security information.
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency plans to outsource disaster recovery planning, raising security questions.
Obama administration sees redesigned site as a model for others.
The Homeland Security Department is considering getting rid of all functional categories and allowing broad competition for the possible EAGLE II-Unrestricted acquisition vehicle.
Bruce McConnell, a top cybersecurity official, said authentication of users and devices is key to cybersecurity.
The TSA has made progress in implementing privacy protections, but still needs to beef up its monitoring and enforcement with automated tools, DHS Inspector General Richard Skinner says.
Lawmakers scolded Homeland Security Department officials for the latest round of delays on the SBInet electronic border surveillance project.
Some officials working at state and local intelligence fusion centers will have limited access to data on the Defense Department's classified network.