The FBI's cyber unit and the Department of Education cautioned schools nationwide of growing ransomware threat.
The announcement, made in the middle of a House hearing examining the State Department's decision to downgrade its cyber office last year, could leave the Cyber Diplomacy Act in limbo.
Advances in cloud technology are shifting the focus toward choosing the right tool for the job and crafting solutions that truly modernize systems.
Advanced analytics are playing an increasingly important role in the Department of Justice's financial fraud and drug trafficking investigations
Privacy advocates are wary of some technologies proposed in border security legislation.
A multilayered approach is needed to protect new mission-focused endpoints from botnets, spyware, insider threats and DDoS attacks.
A move by Republicans to publicly release a classified memo could have unintended consequences for federal employees.
The chairman of a House committee told the DHS secretary he would force compulsory production of documents over the Kaspersky Lab software ban if they weren't shared voluntarily.
New legislation fills in financial reporting gaps in the the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act.
The Department of Agriculture is looking to consolidate internal operations and get help from outside agency walls to carry out its modernization plans.
A veteran of DOD's Hack the Pentagon program argues that every agency should be working with white hat hackers.
A forthcoming revamp of the government's Trusted Internet Connection policy will facilitate cloud adoption and align with the White House IT modernization plan.