The president has threatened to veto CISPA if it reaches his desk.
The Defense Department is set to broaden a pilot program from 37 participants to 200, according to the DOD CIO.
Like SOPA and PIPA before it, CISPA is raising fears of privacy loss.
Report quantifies accuracy, speed in iris-recognition algorithms.
Agency CIOs acknowledge cloud fears, but look to FedRAMP to alleviate some of the concerns. However, FedRAMP poses some difficulties of its own.
A new White House-led working group will develop policies and strategies to fight botnets.
A new survey finds that BYOD can expose agencies to security risks in a big way.
Some say making IT systems a moving target to hackers and centralizing cybersecurity policy will turn around current flawed approaches.
Audit finds Veterans Affairs Department has made strides, but is still not meeting FISMA directives with its information security program.
The government faces a new technology threat in mobile security.
Customs and Border Protection took down documents included in a solicitation for the "virtual border fence" project that may have included proprietary contractor information.
DOD's move to the next generation of defense IT is more important than ever, says deputy DOD CIO Rob Carey.