Federal security incidents increased 16 percent in FY 2014, and though "other" cyber investigations appear to be the culprit, "non-cyber" security concerns maintain the lead.
Cloud apps can turbocharge an agency's productivity, but only if the connectivity is tuned to support them.
Two vast risk management programs are gradually converging. How smoothly and quickly they can do so remains an open question.
The widespread use of teleworking has all but spelled the demise of the sleepy snow day.
The move is one of the first concrete signs that the oversight weaknesses revealed during the flawed rollout of HealthCare.gov are being remedied by legislation.
GSA's Mary Davie said the agency is looking for contractors beyond traditional telecommunications providers.
Mandatory cuts could have a "significant impact" on Cyber Command's ability to defend DOD information networks.
Never mind who was behind the breach -- there are some clear lessons for those who would like to avoid a repeat.
A major trend is cost, says a DMI survey. If agencies continue using three or four devices per employee, the total price of ownership is going to get prohibitive.
Private account used extensively; scope of archiving unclear.
Federal agencies reported a 15 percent increase in information security incidents last year over 2013.
NS2020 is aimed at making GSA the strategic sourcing center for network-based and network-enabled services.