Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson sought to convince lawmakers about the need for more investment in cybersecurity.
The Feb. 12 memo issued by Navy CIO Robert Foster echoes recent emphasis from Defense Department officials that commanders will be held accountable for IT failures under their watch.
In a letter to the FBI director, Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) argued that forcing Apple to unlock the San Bernardino shooter's phone could have adverse Internet security consequences.
A comprehensive inspector general report blames high-level government mismanagement for the failed launch of HealthCare.gov.
The suspension of Twitter accounts of online extremists is limiting their ability to bounce back using other accounts, according to experts at George Washington University.
FirstNet extended the deadline for RFP submissions, as it makes room for bidders to make their capabilities cases.
The latest version of the Einstein intrusion and detection system would not have saved OPM from a massive hack. But Phyllis Schneck, the Department of Homeland Security's top cybersecurity official, told FCW she still has big plans for the multibillion-dollar program.
In an exclusive interview with FCW, Ann Barron-DiCamillo talked encryption, the OPM hack and her legacy as director of the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team.
A pre-award protest was filed in GSA's huge, next-generation telecommunications contract for lack of access to SAM portal.
USDA is looking for commercial solutions to an agricultural data problem, as farmers report basically the same data twice in a process prone to human error.
Cross-agency collaboration might lead the Department of Homeland Security to dodge the acquisition process while paying hackers to find vulnerabilities.
The dialogue between Terry Halvorsen and his advisers on how much control of IT services they want to cede to the military branches and how much they want to retain continues to this day.