Designed to enable information-sharing among law enforcement agencies at various levels of government, fusion centers have instead become 'part of the problem,' Senate panel charges.
DHS head defends the need for executive action on cybersecurity, but says it won't include some things that 'only legislation can do.'
The military is facing the risk of digital sabotage in counterfeit electronics components infiltrating defense systems.
Although Congress couldn't agree on cybersecurity legislation earlier this year, at least one member insists it's still possible.
With cybersecurity legislation so far going nowhere, the agency that oversees the power grid is taking action on its own.
While agency leaders and federal policymakers talk about cybersecurity legislation and cyber threats, many federal employees believe the government is struggling to comply with its own standards, survey reveals.
GAO finds some shortcomings in DHS's information sharing efforts, alomg with budget challenges, that could hamper further progress on the ambitious undertaking.
In a rare joint appearance, two former DOD leaders to take Congress to task for exacerbating the top U.S. threats: budget cuts and the national debt.
A rumored order would allegedly implement parts of a bill that stalled in Congress this year.
In lieu of legislation, the president could boost cybersecurity himself, and at least one lawmaker thinks he should.
The old rules of war don’t apply in cyberspace, so the federal government is writing a new book for the new age of combat.
A shortage of skilled IT pros comes at a time when cybersecurity must compete for sparse funding.