CIS making some progress on processing capabilities, but a congressional panel is still skeptical.
Despite booming public interest in cybersecurity as a career, a new report documents how women remain starkly underrepresented in that workforce.
U.S. federal law enforcement indicts four, including two Russian state security operators, for the historic 2014 Yahoo hack.
A federal appeals court ruled that a U.S. citizen can't sue a foreign government for a cyberattack on a home computer.
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) pushed DHS for clarity on what exactly the designation of election systems as critical infrastructure will mean for states.
FirstNet's top lawyer said the bid protest holding up the $6.5 billion contract award could be resolved "in the next several days."
A new report shows how, through effective implementation of proven commercial best practice to operations across government, citizens can benefit from over $1 trillion in value over the next decade.
Zero-day vulnerabilities live on average for 6.9 years and have a low rate of discovery by other entities, which could argue in favor of stockpiling them, according to a comprehensive study by the RAND Corporation.
President Trump signed an executive order promising "a comprehensive plan for reorganizing the federal government."
Software giant CA will pay the U.S. government $45 million to settle allegations that it overcharged the General Services Administration for software licenses.
Two DHS components launched social media screening pilots in the wake of the San Bernardino shooting. The agency's internal watchdog wants to see improved coordination and measurable goals.
Defense agency contract obligations for IT and telecom services dipped over the last five years under the Budget Control Act, even as civilian side obligations held steady.