Three bills now move to the Senate, where Homeland Security Chairman Carper will determine that chamber's strategy for cyber legislation.
New research suggests government is a less-popular target for cyberattackers than in years past.
Administration urges changes to protect privacy, cement DHS role in public/private information sharing.
Seventeen "big brains" from the public and private sectors offer definitions, challenges and more in new industry-funded report.
New "Center of Excellence" aims to widen adoption of integrated security solutions.
Defense and Homeland Security get the bulk of cybersecurity funding, but hundreds of millions go to other agencies.
A renewed sense of cost-consciousness is leading agencies to rethink travel policies.
Pentagon officials are testing new technologies -- and bypassing budgetary red tape -- to learn what works best.
A DISA contract, more public than a recent CIA deal, reveals some of what the intell community has in mind for cloud services.
Sponsors promise redactions and restrictions, rebut charges that measure is a 'surveillance bill.'
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