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A phishing campaign targeting government employees includes malware disguised as an attached invoice.
Retiring Michigan Republican Mike Rogers’ valedictory is the latest in a series of dire warnings about the need to bolster cyber defenses.
Procedural challenges in the Senate give way to final votes on both "must-pass" pieces of legislation.
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News and notes from around the federal IT community.
Comments from industry and others interested in the draft security requirements guide are due Dec. 29.
The attack on Sony marks an escalation that damaged a network and destroyed data. Experts say feds need to be watchful for similar assaults.
Of the systems GAO studied, none was designed to connect small business subcontractors with prime contracts and none contains all the information needed to support that function.
Now that all the major smartphone platforms offer mobile payment options, federal agencies need to join the trend
Popular bill to encourage broader document publication was stalled in the Senate until this week; Boehner declines to schedule House vote.
Longer-term funding still requires Senate approval, president's signature.