Former DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff, who took part in Cyber ShockWave, says the exercise showed that the United States lacks the ability to effectively respond to a catastrophic cyber event. He identifies a few steps government and the private sector need to take.
Officials at Customs and Border Protection say a draft report by the inspector general contains 'misstatements of fact and inaccuracies that are misleading.'
The cyber spooks and watchdogs in the Obama administration are coming out of the shadows, making a full-court press to engage industry and the public in their crusade against cyber war.
The Homeland Security Department and its federal partners are still in the early stages in forming an emergency communications preparedness center, a report says.
About 3 percent of the E-Verify caseload consists of workers who improperly gained approvals from E-Verify to work in the United States, says a report commissioned by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
The Coast Guard has nearly finished the third fleet mix analysis of its $27 billion Integrated Deepwater System asset acquisition project, at a time when the program continues to have problems with affordability and management, according to a new report.
Poor management and not enough funding have caused the Homeland Security Department to fall behind in its distribution of HSPD-12 identification cards to employees and contractors, according to a new report.
Federal Emergency Management Agency issues a contract request for a media services company that can deliver information from disaster areas via social media and local media news outlets.
Steve Kelman writes that the government should use management tools to measure and improve its counterterrorism performance.
The nation’s electric power grid is a vital part of our critical infrastructure, but it might not be as vulnerable and fragile as it appears. One expert says it is more resilient than we give it credit for.
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano has ordered a re-evaluation of options for protecting the United States-Mexico border because of delays in deploying the SBInet technology system.
The Transportation Security Administration is still without a leader now that White House nominee Erroll Southers has withdrawn from consideration.