Agencies are falling short in properly planning and coordinating their cybersecurity human capital, according to a GAO report.
With budget pressures bearing down and a workforce demanding mobile technology, intelligence agencies look to the cloud for solutions.
Ambiguous language makes it unclear to federal employees whether they are allowed to use online shopping sites while at work.
The Homeland Security Department is developing 'capability-based' purchasing framework.
Today's troops are getting the latest in high-tech training and education to learn how to combat a fast-moving cyber threat.
Here is a look at some of the cyber training programs offered by the military services.
GAO scolds the Homeland Security Department for not fulfilling conditions set by COngress for border technology spending plan.
The National Initiative on Cybersecurity Education has drafted a framework to help professionalize this area of work and provide a path for federal career development.
Seven people have been charged in the scheme, which affected more than 4 million computers, including some at NASA.
With the echoes of SBInet less than a year old, the Homeland Security Department is embarking on another $1.5 billion border technology strategy without sufficient planning, according to an audit.
A new cloud roadmap aims to help the government speed up the cloud migration process but agencies should consider slowing down to make sure they prioritize security.
NIST guidelines, FedRAMP and monitoring contribute to cloud security