Stopping cyber threats is a top priority for intelligence agencies during the next four years, according to a new national strategy.
Despite some progress, DHS still has problems with managing major IT investments, the GAO finds.
The co-chairmen of the House Cybersecurity Caucus say the continued absence of a White House cybersecurity coordinator impedes agencies' abilities to update their cyber policies.
The Office of the CIO for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is looking for a contractor that can take over disaster recovery planning and management.
There are a variety of techniques and tools that agencies can use to get the most out of the time and money they spend testing their emergency management systems.
Eastern Kentucky University independently evaluates how well commercial incident management software meets the criteria of the National Incident Management System standard.
Regulatory commissions will coordinate to protect nuclear power facilities.
Senate aides familiar with proposed comprehensive cybersecurity legislation say the bill would clarify the president’s authority for dealing with a cyberattack, not give the government sweeping new powers.
A second attempt to delay the E-Verify rule from becoming effective for federal contractors has failed
The FCC is buying an emergency notification system to keep in touch with responder agencies and taking other steps to improve its disaster communications capabilities, its chairman said today.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and other plaintiffs have filed another appeal in attempt to stop the E-Verify rule from going into effect today for federal contractors, according to a media report.
President Barack Obama's pledge to appoint a cybersecurity policy coordinator at the White House has drawn cheers, a few jeers and a long to-do list.