President Trump's long-awaited cyber executive order continues to be a source of intrigue as government and industry officials speculate what it will cover and when it will finally land.
As supply chain management has become a key insider threat, agencies need to reach out to industry for help, said experts.
The record $1.19 billion fine imposed on a Chinese telecommunications firm in March for violating U.S. sanctions against Iran and North Korea is worth keeping in mind as dangers to supply chain security mount, said top U.S. counterintelligence official.
OPM's National Background Investigations Bureau says it is now effectively securing its legacy IT systems and that people can trust the agency to keep their security clearance data safe.
While the White House announced an end to the 90-day hiring freeze, agencies will still be on a short leash -- and legacy IT systems are also in the president's sights.
The Federal Reserve System lacks guidance to ensure continuous monitoring and information uploading practices are consistent across its regional banks.
Peter Yuryevich Levashov, a Russian national, was arrested in Barcelona and charged with running a massive international spambot.
More than two months after his first candidate withdrew from consideration, President Trump has nominated a former Army physician for the post.
The United States Postal Service's IT systems and personnel could be unprepared to fulfill essential postal functions in the event of an emergency that disrupts normal operations.
The Department of Homeland Security withdrew a bid to obtain the identities behind an "alt" USCIS Twitter account, in the face legal objections by the social media network.
It could be months before the Defense Department has a new CIO, and he or she will face a host of organizational and operational challenges from Day One
Two senators are urging Congress's investigative arm to probe any adverse effects of President Trump's hiring freeze.