Sen. Bill Cassidy is interested in the possibility of legislation to support an isolated networks that can conceal and protect the electric grid.
President Donald Trump selects a longtime DOD tech hand for the DHS CIO job 12 weeks after a New York hedge fund CISO abruptly left the post.
A risk report being produced under the cybersecurity executive order suggests that agencies need to get a better handle on where attacks are originating.
Lawmakers expressed frustration with the tax agency's failures to implement oversight recommendations for workforce management, IT security and legacy systems, as well as its handling of the recent Equifax contract.
The embattled cyber vendor claims an NSA contractor breach can be traced to a pirated version of Microsoft Word.
Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas) isn’t sold on the Senate bill aimed at increasing disclosure requirements for political ads on digital platforms, and instead pushed for government and industry to work together.
Homeland Security adviser Tom Bossert criticized Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) for marking a White House no-show at a hearing with an empty chair.
Army CIO Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford said the formation has to shed the "thinking of old" and think outside of the procurement process if it wants to be cyber-battle ready.
A new solicitation sets the stage for a new advisory structure to help the Office of American Innovation modernize federal IT.
White House staff no longer have text or social media messaging apps on their official phones because of records management headaches, according to a letter from a key House overseer.
Health technology firm CliniComp says it will appeal a dismissal of its lawsuit against the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Senate Democrat wants to know whom he needs to talk to in the administration to coordinate on cybersecurity legislation.