Gen. Keith Alexander cites need for access to information to thwart attacks.
Columnist Alan Balutis reflects on the important contributions that the late Lynn McNulty and Mark Zelinger made to the federal IT community.
The old rules of war don’t apply in cyberspace, so the federal government is writing a new book for the new age of combat.
The nature of war and aggression has changed rather dramatically over the years, and governments are trying to define when and how to use sophisticated new cyber tools.
A collaborative new effort will work to develop cybersecurity solutions and spur job creation.
Cyber incidents reported by critical infrastructure managers jumped by more than 2,000 percent between 2009 and 2011, according to a new report.
IG finds the agency's biggest challenge is ensuring the security of portable devices and information stored on them.
With cyber theft and other crime on the rise, agencies must get aggressive in defense, according to the GAO.
Policy attempts to clarify the continuous monitoring concept, part of an effort to improve FISMA.
Panel participants weigh the question of whether the government should be able to shut off Internet access inside the government.
The FBI is expanding its old fingerprint database to include additional physical recognition factors.
A shortage of skilled IT pros comes at a time when cybersecurity must compete for sparse funding.