Proposed legislation from the White House would put the Homeland Security Department in charge of federal agencies' cybersecurity.
FEMA has turned to the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency for help in predicting the effects of potential Mississippi River flooding and providing imagery of areas devastated by flood waters and tornadoes.
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence has filed its latest required report on data mining.
The 2012 Defense Authorization Bill would include cyber warfare rules.
The Transportation Security Administration cannot ensure that the Transportation Worker Identification Credential always lands in the right hands, according to a new GAO report.
Automated information collection systems have left the manual processes of the National Security Entry-Exit Registration Program out-of-date, and the Homeland Security Department has canceled the program late last month.
The administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency said disaster response agencies should take advantage of the widespread use of mobile phones to improve their disaster communications with the public.
Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) wants the Homeland Security Department to lead efforts to improve the security of the U.S. rail system.
The military searches for answers into a terrorist's thinking by devouring the technology found at the bin Laden compound.
Teleworking is moving beyond just letting agency employees work from home; it's becoming a key element in continuity-of-operations planning, efforts to reduce pollution, and plans to save billions on unneeded real estate.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency's legacy IT systems have gaps, a new report states.
The pace of cyber espionage between China and the United States has accelerated in recent years, and China, with a campaign investigators call 'Byzantine Hades,' may have taken the upper hand, according to a Reuters report citing State Department cables and security experts.