National Intelligence Director James Clapper cited threats posed by Iran, China and Russia as dangers Congress must address.
The global security organization is running behind in establishing cybersecurity policy.
The federal government wants to be a facilitator and eventual customer of ID management solutions created by the private sector, according to Howard Schmidt, cybersecurity coordinator for the Obama administration.
Government managers are apprehensive about the security in cloud environments, and many are skeptical of its promises of major cost savings.
The rising popularity of tablet computers could consign older tech to the dustbin, analyst argues.
The forthcoming Senate cybersecurity bill is getting criticism for its focus on regulation and is meeting opposition from some legislatiors.
A group of FDA staffers filed suit against the agency for monitoring their personal email on agency computers.
Energy Department CIO highlights importance of partnerships in fighting cyber threats.
Federal agencies join effort to raise awareness of how information is collected, used and shared.
New guidelines from the National Institute of Standards and Technology offer recommendations agencies should consider when outsourcing data, applications and infrastructure to a public cloud environment.
Anonymous claims credit for bringing down a federal website.
The specific requirements some federal agencies have could undercut the standardized approach of the Federal Risk Authorization Management Program, industry experts say.