A wide-ranging cybersecurity bill introduced by Sen. Joe Lieberman would revamp FISMA and establish executive oversight of critical infrastructure security but would specifically forbid shutting down the Internet.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency lost its entire database of post-disaster reports for 2003 to 2010 due to a computer server failure, according to a new audit.
Earlier this week, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid unveiled a new bill armed with weaponry to safeguard government IT.
The Homeland Security Department has set up a new Twitter account and will be issuing alerts on its Facebook page and website as part of its new national terror alert system to replace the color-coded threat system.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano announced the results of a year-long reassessment of the controversial SBInet electronic border surveillance system program.
The White House is about to issue new enforcement rules for the use of high-tech identification cards for government employees and contractors.
Amazon has agreed to stop hosting the WikiLeaks site, which reveals classified and sensitive information.
The Homeland Security Department's ability to share intelligence information through IT with state and local authorities is improving, but still has significant gaps, an audit finds.
A CAC-enabled mobile access device could provide secure remote connections from any computer to resources inside the Navy network for Reserve personnel not on active duty.
Responders in disaster areas are relying on mobile satellite connections more frequently for IP data connections than for voice.
The Homeland Security Department's various security programs keep privacy advocates on their toes.
First responders could benefit from the innovation of commercial carriers in establishing a nationwide public safety network. Can we ensure they do not have to fight for access?