The Iran Cyber Sanctions Act of 2016 would push the U.S. government to slap more sanctions on Iranian hackers.
More than a year after the hack of federal personnel systems was revealed, the Office of Personnel Management is still unable to encrypt personal data on 4 million federal employees.
After years of planning, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence approved the incorporation of public social media feeds in security clearance investigations -- a move that could cost hundreds of millions of dollars.
The nation's air traffic control system is in dire need of stable funding. Is taking the checkbook away from Congress the answer?
The Food and Drug Administration is focusing on cloud and mobility in a coming technology overhaul.
Two senators have introduced legislation that would require the administration to create a policy for when a cyberattack crosses the boundary from a crime or nuisance to qualify as an act of war.
Robert Litt, ODNI's top laywer, told a closed Senate hearing in 2012 about how intelligence agencies use data and computer systems to uncover potential insider threats.
DHS components are discovering that transformation is best tackled one step at a time.
The agency is scrambling to shore up its internal cybersecurity practices as watchdogs scrutinize a spate of unauthorized employee data extractions.
US-CERT issued a warning about a five-year-old SAP vulnerability that could still be a problem in unpatched systems.
To be effective in their security efforts, agencies must be proactive -- using cyber analytics and cognitive-based systems to develop true security intelligence.
A senior DOD official said such exercises are among the most useful tools for cybersecurity testing, evaluation and training.