The Computer Security Act of 1987 limited the NSA's ability to control certain government systems, but that changed 15 years later when FISMA was enacted.
Obamacare's public-facing presence opens with a few glitches, high demand.
As Congress fails to reach agreement on funding measures, OPM guidance provides information to furloughed feds.
With the shutdown a reality, theoretical contingency plans get a real-world test.
NASA's new IT contract will continue to support essential government activities during the government shutdown, but fires and floods around the world could have a more noticeable effect.
Increasingly, hackers are not motivated by the prospect of easy money. Now they're after our secrets.
Who can work -- and when they'll get paid -- depends on a complex mix of factors, experts say.
The furloughs brought about by a shutdown would be more sweeping than those DOD employees have already endured under sequestration.
Agencies have improved compliance with FISMA requirements, but checking all the boxes has not translated into taking full advantage of the enhancements that are available.
The last time the government shut down, the Internet was in its infancy and the political landscape was different. Times have changed.
Ellis Burgoyne, who will retire on Oct. 1, was the first USPS employee to become its CIO.
DHS plans to use video footage shot at a hockey game to compare the capabilities of facial recognition systems.