The planned nationwide, wireless broadband public safety network still has November as a contract award date target.
President Obama's recently announced Commission for Enhancing National Cybersecurity has ambitions to produce an actionable framework that will carry over to the next administration and seeks to invigorate a younger, more diverse cybersecurity workforce pipeline.
Representatives of the Pentagon's Silicon Valley office will soon reach out to tech firms that specialize in data visualization.
Federal CIO Tony Scott is pushing out a plan to allow custom code developed by or for the government to be shared across agencies, and in some cases released to the public.
The Archives faces a rising tide of data, and a need to preserve authenticity means it also needs outdated machines to read the data.
The chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee is hopeful that his bi-partisan three-page encryption bill text will be released next week.
After a data leak involving Veteran information, a Wisconsin senator wants the agency to stop using Social Security numbers as identifiers.
DHS is warning the entire gamut of U.S. critical infrastructure providers about the devious electronic tactics used in an infamous cyberattack on Ukrainian power companies late last year.
Great work has been done on the General Services Administration's Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract, but the hard work has barely begun.
In a new study, the U.S. ranks 10th among 44 countries most vulnerable to a cyberattack, and a former top Justice official said companies need to focus on resiliency.
A DOD oversight report, released in response to a Freedom of Information Act request from FCW and other outlets, sheds light on the complications that arise when the military puts its drones to use domestically.
Report to Congress reveals the department has given some workers special accounts that bypass DHS data access control policies.