The final version of the National Defense Authorization Act calls for U.S. Cyber Command to be made a full combatant command, but the NSA/Cyber Command dual-hat leadership will remain, for now.
The Air Force is launching a technology accelerator program as part of a new effort to reform acquisition procedures and rapidly field commercial technology to address military needs.
By analyzing data on workforce needs and hiring efforts, agencies can take the lead in the race to recruit and retain cybersecurity professionals.
Big data, modernization and other issues will link the incoming and outgoing administrations.
The General Services Administration's Technology Transformation Service spelled out exactly how it wants security researchers to report vulnerabilities found on a variety of government systems.
GAO has told the FAA to take a look at how it might regulate near-space vehicles as commercialization of the last frontier continues.
The Justice Department said changes to criminal rules will help catch pedophiles and cybercriminals, but privacy advocates say the rules are a dangerous expansion of government hacking powers.
The government has been trying for years to balance privacy, convenience and security for agencies' online customers. Can the latest efforts finally get traction?
A wide-ranging discussion by public- and private-sector IT leaders revealed key drivers for achieving positive mission outcomes.
The Presidential Innovation Fellows program, one of President Barack Obama's digital service initiatives, is taking applications for yearlong stints starting in spring 2017.
Top defense and intelligence officials are pushing for the removal of the head of the NSA and U.S. Cyber Command in what appears to be a last-minute bid to split the two entities.
A procedural shift makes it easier for federal law enforcement to investigate attacks that use devices scattered across the country.