A move by Republicans to publicly release a classified memo could have unintended consequences for federal employees.
The chairman of a House committee told the DHS secretary he would force compulsory production of documents over the Kaspersky Lab software ban if they weren't shared voluntarily.
New legislation fills in financial reporting gaps in the the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act.
The Department of Agriculture is looking to consolidate internal operations and get help from outside agency walls to carry out its modernization plans.
A veteran of DOD's Hack the Pentagon program argues that every agency should be working with white hat hackers.
A forthcoming revamp of the government's Trusted Internet Connection policy will facilitate cloud adoption and align with the White House IT modernization plan.
The Department of Defense's road to cloud has been bumpy, exposing weak points in skillsets and education that the services are quickly trying to rectify.
The travel security agency wants to see if a combined facial recognition and e-Passport screening system can speed up document inspection.
Thanks to data from fitness trackers, jogging routes of service members are providing a virtual atlas of sensitive military installations and forward operational bases around the world.
With 2018 primaries fast approaching, policymakers are addressing election security concerns on multiple fronts, including online ad disclosure and cybersecurity for voting systems.
Block-and-tackle cybersecurity tactics are no longer effective, Kirstjen Nielsen said, so DHS and its partners must act together to address the evolving threats.
A new legal framework would allow the U.S. government to access data stored abroad by American companies.