The Defense Department has an aggressive mobile strategy, but can it keep up with demand and security patches?
Tech groups from nonprofits, companies, federal agencies and universities from across the country unveiled various digital tools based on federal data.
As a new report warns small UAS can do far more damage to planes than bird strikes, legislators worry that "idiots who have toy drones" will delay legitimate UAS uses.
Amid massive changes to the workforce and mission, the nation's top diplomat is also looking to an IT refresh, but the timeline is unclear.
A coming 72-hour breach disclosure mandate from the Department of Defense could inadvertently provide a new attack vector for hackers to harass defense contractors.
In response to growing threats to federal information systems, a draft funding bill for DHS looks to elevate the agency's cybersecurity mission.
Federal authorities indicted three Chinese hackers for operations that allegedly stole trade secrets from corporations.
Full implementation of technology needed to track visa holders leaving the U.S. could be ready at airports across the U.S. in the next four years, but cooperation from airlines is key.
The data, including a virtual hard drive containing classified Army documents, was for a time unsecured and available for anyone to download.
Making cyber a combatant command is sign of the Pentagon's priorities, but it will take collaborative leadership to facilitate cyber readiness, says an Air Force cyber leader.
A former Obama administration cybersecurity official wants a single agency to take the lead on generating and enforcing security standards for technology products.
Former federal CIO Tony Scott explains why agencies must kick their addiction to custom code.