"People are connecting stuff to the Internet that we never thought would be connected," said Lt. Gen. Edward Cardon, head of Army Cyber Command.
A new watchdog report lays out a massive governance and data problem at the Homeland Security Department.
NIST is looking to increase trust in the technical underpinnings of encryption, by strengthening cryptographic random bit generators.
After a year-long soft launch of its acquisition gateway portal to federal users, the agency is preparing to open its doors to public users.
The cyberattacks that blacked out power systems in Western Ukraine late last year used techniques very similar to those ICS-CERT warned infrastructure companies about in 2014.
Armed with $63,000 and Microsoft’s cloud platform, USDA rustled up a new crop of agricultural data dashboards to help secure a sustainable food supply.
Federal CIOs and industry analysts see potential savings -- and potential problems -- with an emerging OMB policy that would compel agency IT managers to use GSA's mobile contracts.
After a slowdown in previous years, GSA's biggest, most widely used contracting vehicle experienced modest growth in fiscal 2015, according to its manager.
The Netflow Analysis tool will help identify malicious traffic on private networks, said Andy Ozment, DHS' assistant secretary for cybersecurity and communications.
Customs and Border Protection officials are seeing success in facial comparison pilot projects and are mulling a long-term investment strategy for the program, according to CBP's Michael Hardin.
The FBI's recently-opened center for biometrics technology in West Virginia giving the Bureau and the Department of Defense sharper capabilities, said a top FBI executive.
Although often overshadowed by the far bigger Signals Intelligence Directorate, IAD’s mission of protecting sensitive information on government networks is more important than ever.