Congressional leaders say the U.S. continues to face threats from the same old adversaries, but those threats are changing and so must America's intelligence structures.
The leaders of the Commission on Care are recommending that the Department of Veterans Affairs abandon its homegrown VistA software for a commercial product.
The hacks and data exfiltrations against political targets in the U.S., including the Democratic National Committee, illustrate the evolving nation-state cyberthreat, according to the White House's top homeland security advisor.
The cyber vendor on the ground when the OPM hack was first discovered has a powerful legislator backing his claims that the government owes him money.
Although ODNI Director James Clapper said the intelligence community's acquisition practices are pretty sound, an advisory council lists some areas to work on.
The House oversight committee's Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) delivered an indictment of OPM's security and the protracted federal procurement process.
The National Background Investigations Bureau is set to launch on Oct.1 and faces a daunting task of improving the security clearance process.
Outgoing Director of National Intelligence James Clapper is focused on the upcoming presidential transition and future threats to the U.S.
Cyberthreat information sharing among companies and federal agencies is starting to show results.
The Veterans Affairs' Commission on Care report includes a recommendation to add a CIO post at the Veterans Health Administration.
Four secretaries of state are joining DHS' Election Infrastructure Cybersecurity Working Group.
After meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of G-20 conference, President Barack Obama said he does not want a "Wild, Wild West" scenario when it comes to cyber.