The $2.2 billion request for fiscal year 2019 holds steady on cybersecurity programs and makes a new push for the E-Verify program.
Major tech companies are on board with a newly proposed bill that would give the U.S. and select nations greater access to cross-border data, but digital privacy advocates are sounding the alarm.
The federal government looking to encourage 5G wireless tech by trimming regulations and making it easier for carriers to use federal property for cell sites.
Army leaders hope to modernize mobile networks through secure but unclassified pathways.
The current acting undersecretary brings both federal and private sector cybersecurity expertise to a position that is becoming increasingly important to the DHS mission.
Major carriers on the government's $50 billion telecommunications contract are advancing on required systems testing.
Despite legislation, the Department of Homeland Security hasn't taken steps to make it easier to monitor progress in building and managing a cybersecurity workforce.
At a Senate hearing, cybersecurity firms defended the practice of paying bug bounties and pointed to regulatory gaps that hinder legitimate security research.
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