The administration is accelerating regulatory support for driverless car technology, and proposing $4 billion over 10 years for real-world pilots.
Legislation to establish a commission on encryption and other security issues "is going to happen," said Col. Andrea Thompson, a national security adviser to the House Homeland Security Committee.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers are introducing legislation to repeal the Cyber Information Sharing Act of 2015, which hitched a ride on the omnibus bill at the end of 2015.
DHS' cybersecurity tech outreach in Silicon Valley promises speedier approvals for ideas from startups.
The federal government's cloud authorizing program is getting set to approve services for high-impact applications and data.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services launched an IT resource site that connects state governments with potential vendors that can help modernize state-run Medicaid systems.
Despite the talent at NSA and U.S. Cyber Command, there is a mismatch between Chinese and U.S. investments in cyberspace, said House Armed Services Committee Chairman Mac Thornberry.
Lawmakers heard from skeptical industry experts on the export control policy and process of implementing the 2013 amendments to the Wassenaar Arrangement.
The militants occupying the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon reportedly have access to government computers, and one member is making a website within the compound.
FirstNet's final RFP for the planned nationwide public safety network includes a dedicated cybersecurity section and a ramped payment schedule for winning contractor.
Whoever takes the gig will be called on to carry the FBI forward in an era of cloud computing and data center consolidation.
A new report says agencies have room for improvement when it comes to offering mobile apps and making their websites mobile-friendly.