Pentagon CIO Terry Halvorsen plans to eliminate Common Access Cards from IT systems within two years, while moving to a mix of better authentication methods.
GSA's Mary Davie steps in to manage IT category
The SSA CIO is hoping a new funding vehicle will allow his to scrap his entire existing code base and re-write a better system – if overseers will only trust him.
The administration wants to change how agencies buy cybersecurity services as part of a $19 billion plan to tighten federal information security.
A House panel is backing a bid to rebrand and expand the National Protection and Programs Directorate at the Department of Homeland Security as a separate agency.
There is a precedent to U.S. Cyber Command’s hacking of Islamic State, but it took place nearly 10 years ago, and technologies have rapidly evolved since.
After its first-ever crowdsourcing push, the IRS came away with four winning designs to guide its future taxpayer dashboard work.
A third of the nations participating in the Visa Waiver Program haven't gotten around to sharing information on U.S.-bound travelers.
The alleged cyberattack on South Korean firms is the latest in a series of bold cyber maneuvers linked to North Korea.
Customs and Border Protection takes another step towards a biometric exit system for air travelers.
The Pentagon's digital "SWAT" team has a new mission: overhaul the much-maligned system that Defense Department officials use to book travel.
A move to update a 1986 law covering law enforcement access to email is frozen in the Senate over a security amendment dubbed a "poison pill" by the bill's sponsor.