The FAA has made its database of hobbyists' and recreational users' unmanned aerial systems more widely available to the public.
The new policy signed by Navy Secretary Ray Mabus sets up a program for preventing insider threats, among other actions.
Establishing high-tech, more efficient infrastructure across America will require upfront investments, and the Transportation Department's model might be the way to get that funding right.
Cybersecurity managers are divided on whether a 30-day cybersecurity "sprint" actually strengthened the government's defenses, according to a new study.
The bipartisan measure, which failed last year, would create a new criminal offense for selling or providing access to botnets.
Hackers are stealing millions by cracking weak links in SWIFT's interbank money transfer system, and Sen. Tom Carper wants to know what the Fed and others are doing about it.
The decennial count might stress inclusive approaches, but that doesn't mean no one's checking for fraud.
The Office of Management and Budget is looking to forge links between privacy and tech experts, to help the two disciplines work together.
Cybersecurity officials from Homeland Security and Justice urged continued collaboration to keep growing cyberattacks at bay.
A group of former federal officials delivered a mixed verdict: the Obama administration has done well to make cybersecurity relevant to top agency officials -- and not just techies, but should have done more to follow through on key policies.
A pair of federal advisory committees approved privacy recommendations amid debate over whether patients or practitioners should control the sharing of health data.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is set to launch its new, modular, web-based electronic health record viewer this summer.