The federal job site gets the green light on cybersecurity.
A malicious e-mail attachment broke through security at the EPA, exposing private information of 8,000 people. Are other agencies any more secure?
GAO says advancing technology has rendered many privacy rules inadequate and outdated, creating new risks.
A Republican filibuster prevented the Senate from voting on the Cybersecurity Act of 2012 -- which might have also included data center consolidation measures -- greatly dimming hopes for legislation this year.
As senators prepare to deliberate over the Cybersecurity Act of 2012, a slew of amendments are emerging, including one addressing federal data center consolidation.
DARPA is looking for new tools to track social media interaction.
Legislation, partnership with industry are critical to bolster underpowered U.S. cyber defenses, according to the Cyber Command's chief.
Emerging threats from developing nations will pose new dangers to the nation, according to a cyber official.
A new version of the bipartisan Cybersecurity Act of 2012 is expected to be considered ahead of the Senate defense authorization bill, drawing the ire of one powerful senator.
President Obama took to the Wall Street Journal to urge the Senate to pass a cybersecurity bill.
Revised cybersecurity bill emphasizes sharing of threat information, monitoring and offers more carrots than sticks, GCN reports.
A month into FedRAMP's launch, challenges have been overcome and progress has been made, one GSA official said.