Robert Giesler, chief of strategy and plans in the secretary of Defense's Strategic Capabilities Office, believes Russia's use of cyberwarfare has grown more sophisticated, from Estonia in 2007 to Ukraine in 2016.
The State Department's inspector general criticized the Broadcasting Board of Governors for failing to meet federal standards in cyber incident response.
A new report recommends that the health care sector carefully vet third-party service providers and limit their access to critical systems.
Lawmakers grilled officials on the slow pace of progress in setting up a system to gather details on foreign visitors when they leave the U.S.
The mandated dive into government data is revealing surprising value to agencies, but it comes with rigorous reporting that runs deeper than a typical audit.
Security can be built into the design of a product, but risks can surface throughout its life cycle, the agency said in announcing the draft guidance.
The government officially revealed that it uses undisclosed vulnerabilities in commercial software for surveillance and offensive cyber purposes.
The new governmentwide Salesforce deal paves the way for other software platform acquisition efforts.
Lawmakers plan legislation to create an encryption commission to make recommendations on how companies and law enforcement can work together.
The cyber recovery agency ICS-CERT said that attempts to hack into U.S. critical infrastructure were up by 20 percent in fiscal year 2015.
The release of an Iranian man charged with hacking an American defense firm was a reminder that cyberspace has been a flashpoint in the often-tense U.S./Iran relationship.
A new nonpartisan Congressional Cybersecurity Lab at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars aims to teach congressional staffers about cybersecurity.