A poll discovers feds are enthusiastic about mobile technology and believe it will help cut costs -- but not all the time.
The Veterans Affairs Department approved iPhones and iPads for its network last year while partially avoiding a particular FISMA requirement, according to a new audit.
The public sector may have unique challenges but it could learn a thing or two from the industry.
Two Senate bills are stalled while compromise seems unlikely.
An affiliate of the LulzSec hacker group is claiming it obtained and published personally-identifiable information for 170,000 military personnel.
Howard Schmidt played a key role in developing some of the White House's cybersecurity initiatives. What will become of them when he steps down?
The Obama administration's senior cyber official announces he's retiring to spend more time with family.
NIST's streamlined guidance on risk management focuses on a set of key recommendations for ensuring the security and reliability of information and communications systems.
The Transportation Security Administration is not consistently documenting its security breaches at airports, according to a new audit.
Improving cyber defenses with real-time awareness takes an investment in planning and new capabilities.
TechAmerica released the results of its 22nd annual survey of federal agency chief information officers.
Rep. Jim Langevin is looking to catalyze better cyber training and expertise at the federal, state and local levels.