Security for IT systems is too complex to lay on any one set of shoulders, expert warns.
While the number of replacement Social Security cards has decreased, the number of less-secure printouts SSA distributes has increased, auditors find.
The National Cyber Security Division director will leave her post near the end of January.
An Internet consultant says Anonymous chat rooms may be cooking up a revenge against a few people connected to Pfc. Bradley Manning's hearing.
An FBI official encourages hactivists to find a new method of protest.
With the emergence of a Facebook Nation, Americans have come to expect more digital interaction with their government, says Obama's chief information officer.
An audit of USDA's IT security efforts finds few successes and ample failures.
The Homeland Security Department published its new framework for cybersecurity outlining steps for infrastructure protection and the cyber ecosystem.
After high-profile domain seizures, some question the process of Operation In Our Sites.
The Defense Department has demonstrated the feasibility and benefits of public/private partnerships on cybersecurity, three experts write.
Innovation got pushed to the back burner as feds faced down pay freezes, shutdowns and budget cuts.
A survey reveals that lack of basic IT security understanding and carelessness are common among IT workers.