The federal Information-Sharing Environment needs work to bring in more foreign affairs data and intelligence, according to a new GAO report.
With many committees claiming jurisdiction over cybersecurity, little progress has been made on passing comprehensive legislation. Sen. John McCain’s call for a temporary select committee to break the logjam quickly met with resistance.
As part of the Homeland Security Department’s Stop.Think.Connect. campaign, the department recognized three groups that produced videos that promote smart Internet safety through public service announcements.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said DHS will delay a requirement that all inbound cargo containers undergo screening at their ports of exit.
Some clearance investigators are not actually doing all the work they claim to be, review reveals.
Audit finds vital Federal Aviation Administration program flawed.
A spat between TSA and Texas legislature has thrust airport pat-downs into the spotlight once again, with the debate pitting personal privacy against national security.
Should government be involved or hands-off in protecting critical infrastructure? The battle begins.
A proposed rule has unsettled some European leaders, who are rankled by U.S. efforts to collect information such as travelers' addresses and credit card numbers.
Don't overlook the proper way to honor the fallen.
A key senator says a part of the White House's plan for cybersecurity legislation could expose key infrastructure to attack.
As part of $170 million in cuts, the Homeland Security Department is withholding anti-terrorism funding to 32 cities.