The nation's air traffic control system is in dire need of stable funding. Is taking the checkbook away from Congress the answer?
The Food and Drug Administration is focusing on cloud and mobility in a coming technology overhaul.
GSA's innovation shop 18F enabled unauthorized data access by linking Slack and Google Drives with an open login standard, according to an inspector general alert.
Robert Litt, ODNI's top laywer, told a closed Senate hearing in 2012 about how intelligence agencies use data and computer systems to uncover potential insider threats.
Two senators have introduced legislation that would require the administration to create a policy for when a cyberattack crosses the boundary from a crime or nuisance to qualify as an act of war.
DHS components are discovering that transformation is best tackled one step at a time.
US-CERT issued a warning about a five-year-old SAP vulnerability that could still be a problem in unpatched systems.
A senior DOD official said such exercises are among the most useful tools for cybersecurity testing, evaluation and training.
A task order to provide smaller agencies with Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation as a cloud-based service is coming this summer, while a new phase focused on data is being explored.
Lawmakers are exploring their options for an agency in dire need of aid.
A new report from a DHS advisory board spells out what government can do to maximize the use of big-data analytics in national security and emergency situations.
Raj Shah, an entrepreneur and formerly senior director of strategy at Palo Alto Networks, is replacing George Duchak as the leader of the Defense Innovation Unit Experimental.