Potential agency IT limitations weren't taken into account before the "unscheduled telework" option for federal employees went into effect earlier this year, a new report said.
FEMA can't manage its IT systems with an uncoordinated approach to building systems, senator says.
The Defense Department's new strategy for defending U.S. computer networks stresses the need for a multi-faceted, evolving approach to counter pervasive threats.
'Ancient Chinese secret’ goes mainstream; TSA employees in trouble; Farm-fresh blogging; Visiting the floods.
Social media leaders, performance improvement officers and chief privacy officers play key roles in the development of Gov 2.0.
It's time for DHS to tap into social media's proven ability to provide valuable information in a crisis, writes consultant W. David Stephenson.
The U.S. Cyber Challenge, launched two years ago to address a critical shortage of skilled professionals, is expanding efforts to attract, engage and educate students for careers in cybersecurity.
A DHS test found that most agency and contractor employees who found data disks and USB drives in a parking lot plugged them into their organization's network.
As part of the Homeland Security Department’s Stop.Think.Connect. campaign, the department recognized three groups that produced videos that promote smart Internet safety through public service announcements.
Homeland Security Department Chief Human Capital Officer Jeff Neal is leaving.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said DHS will delay a requirement that all inbound cargo containers undergo screening at their ports of exit.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services might be exposing its data to greater risks because of workers carrying files home for teleworking, a report says.