Calls from Capitol Hill for "mutually assured destruction" over alleged Russian hacking are raising questions about whether cyber deterrence is even possible.
After a year, DHS remains optimistic that a proposed reorganization to link cyber and physical security operations will move forward.
In a public notice, the innovation group 18F offered a glimpse into the data a planned governmentwide login site would collect.
The FBI wants to raise awareness about the Internet Crime Complaint Center among the public and local law enforcement agencies.
The Naval Research Lab will use a General Services Administration contract vehicle to acquire cybersecurity services rather than conduct its own procurement.
DARPA named the winner of its $4 million cyber challenge, but one tech group warned of automation's unintended consequences.
The U.S. Cyber Challenge offers some of the country's top cyber professionals an immersive opportunity for instruction, hands-on experience and exposure to professional opportunities.
A recent directive on using individuals’ social media activity in the security clearance process is a good first step, but it could go even further.
The federal CIO announced the Cybersecurity Strategy and Implementation Plan on Oct. 30, alongside updated FISMA guidance, all aimed at improving Uncle Sam's cybersecurity posture in months and years to come.
Federal agencies are investing heavily in perimeter network defense, but in five years DHS' chief information security officer hopes to see a lot more spending on defense of data.
Government leaders speak frankly about how mentorship for young minority talent could help bridge the nation's cybersecurity skills gap.
Senators focus on Iran and Israel, but defense nominee also addresses matters at home.