The National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center has deployed automated information sharing of cyber threats with the private sector, and is fielding "red teams" to help agencies protect their networks from APTs.
A House Armed Services Subcommittee markup provides the Pentagon with more authority to recover from a cyberattack, replaces OPM's security clearance information systems and restricts funding for the DOD's Silicon Valley acquisition experiment.
The Marine Corps' cyber operatives have been called on to expel spear phishers from the Joint Chiefs of Staff unclassified email network and to target Islamic State militants in the Middle East.
Puerto Rico will be a 2017 testing site for new tech in the lead-up to the 2020 Census.
Fifteen years since its inception, the Cyber Defense Exercise has added new dimensions, including the hacking of drone communications.
In comments on GitHub, Homeland Security CIO Luke McCormack sought to set the record straight on how the agency views open source.
The European Union's vote to relax privacy restrictions on collecting and disseminating airline passenger data will help sharpen its anti-terrorism focus, said DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson.
The Census Bureau has until September 2016 to make key decisions on how to follow up with non-respondents in the 2020 population count.
The nation's tax data hasn't been hacked directly, but watchdogs say the IRS made "the wrong call" on risk assessments, which led to data leaking out the front door.
The General Services Administration's new CitizenScience.gov site aims to make it easier for the American public to volunteer to help address critical issues.
Data can get stale and make government more vulnerable to hacks. On the other hand, agencies must meet Freedom of Information Act requirements for preserving information.
VA officials were grilled by lawmakers on a pause in the acquisition of a scheduling system and a possible rethink of the agency's homegrown electronic health record.