Professional association beefs up its program to target early-career cybersecurity workers.
Anonymous targets Justice Department after feds shut down media-sharing site.
A well-orchestrated campaign against anti-piracy bills in the House and Senate has persuaded legislators to reconsider provisions for filtering and blocking sites on the Internet.
DHS' new role marks a milestone for the data-sharing effort as it grows past pilot-program status.
DISA is taking aim at enterprise capabilities, beginning immediately with combining offices to streamline and focusing on cybersecurity as a priority.
A new initiative between government and private sector aims to boost cybersecurity for the power grid and keep hackers at bay.
As some federal agencies embrace the facial recognition tools, others raise the privacy flag.
A joint effort between DHS and State will offer courses in a virtual worlds environment for federal cybersecurity professionals.
Provisions in the 2012 defense bill include some measures that will have a big impact this year on contracting, cyber defense, intelligence and the use of cloud.
National Defense University's iCollege workshop convened members of the international cyber community to discuss, tackle top global threats.
Security for IT systems is too complex to lay on any one set of shoulders, expert warns.
While the number of replacement Social Security cards has decreased, the number of less-secure printouts SSA distributes has increased, auditors find.