Despite sensational media reports about cyber vulnerabilities, Congress and federal officials appear to be in the slow lane when it comes to regulating connected cars.
A governmentwide email retention strategy could have a broad impact on the public and our nation’s history.
The U.S. government is fighting at least a two-front cyber war involving the daily fending off of millions of attacks on defense networks and the slow-burn of economic espionage, according to a top Pentagon official.
A report from Customs and Border Protection found several key barriers to equipping agents with body-worn cameras, including IT infrastructure and support.
A reciprocal travel program with 38 participating countries allows for visa-free visits, but a key U.S. senator warns of troubling gaps in the security data.
The Army is moving forward with what Pentagon brass consider to be a crucial piece of the future defense IT backbone: the Joint Regional Security Stacks.
In the next 18 months, the Defense Information Systems Agency will issue four to five provisional authorizations for commercial cloud providers to handle sensitive Level 5 government data, according to a DISA official.
The vendor has added partners with federal IT experience to help government clients migrate systems to the cloud.
The terrorist attacks in Paris have rekindled a debate in the United States about law enforcement access to end-to-end encryption on mobile devices.
Agencies wary of moving to the cloud should look to the CIA's example, congressman says. And
"server-huggers will have an uncomfortable time" in front of Congress.
A scheduled Capitol Hill briefing on the Office of Personnel Management hack didn't happen because of a dispute over transcription.
The CIA director warns that the rapid technological improvements in spycraft and information collection have outpaced the ability of worldwide intel agencies to cooperate.