The number of cyber threats, attacks and criminals continues to grow, says an outgoing White House counterterrorism and cybersecurity advisor, and the new administration must continue developing international cyber norms.
Some state government officials object to the Department of Homeland Security's move to add election infrastructure to the roster of 16 existing federal "critical infrastructure" areas.
In his exit memo, the secretary of defense outlines current threats and priorities with a strong emphasis on the need for acquisition reform and innovation.
From cyber to cloud to automation, here are the trends to watch in the coming year.
The incoming administration will have to continue prodding the EU to share more traveler passenger information with DHS, according to the agency's outgoing secretary.
Following on the December launch of the Army Digital Service, the Air Force has announced it is creating its own branch of the Defense Digital Service.
Joint Authorization Board issues provisional ATOs for database, logging and API tools in Amazon's GovCloud.
The FAA is leading a multi-agency effort to encourage commercial innovation in spectrum sharing.
The Obama administration will archive its social media history in novel and interactive ways.
Curtis Dukes, formerly the top information assurance officer at the National Security Agency, is joining the Center for Internet Security.
Members of the Senate Armed Services Committee expressed support for the intelligence community and its assessment that Russia hacked Democratic Party servers to influence the election and called for more defined cyber deterrence policy.
Certain government missions require custom-designed IT systems, but agencies need not reinvent the wheel.