Federal CIO Tony Scott also asserted that more IT spending is needed: "You can't save your way to success."
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is proposing four broad objectives as the foundation for international standards in cyberspace.
CIOs are warning lawmakers that they're about to discover the hidden costs of implementation.
With hackers using contractors to access sensitive federal data, the Office of Management and Budget has released draft guidance aimed at strengthening contractor cybersecurity.
GSA Administrator Denise Turner Roth informed Sen. Claire McCaskill that the System for Award Management is scheduled for integration on Aug. 23, 2017.
Wrangling over amendments delays floor action on Senate cyber bill until September.
Access to material need to conduct investigations has been curtailed since President Barack Obama took office, says the Justice Department IG.
September 30 is much closer than it seems, and even a continuing resolution could run into snags.
Federal leaders discussed agile's promise and the notion that the government-changing approach could yield positive results far beyond IT – if feds can stomach it.
Senate legislation could put DHS in the position of contributing to the "compromise of personally identifiable information,” says Deputy Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.
A new study on economic espionage in cyberspace reflects the shifting conversation in Washington on passive vs. proactive defense.
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