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.
A DHS proposal would potentially help agencies solve their cybersecurity challenges.
The Office of Special Counsel reminds agencies not to try to stifle reports of wrongdoing.
Primarily for consumers, portable devices lack security features needed survive in a government environment.
DOD's intrinsic risk aversion challenges its ability to stay current with mobile capabilities, and some of its leaders believe it's time to rethink that caution.
DOD's new mobile strategy intended to 'keep DOD workforce relevant' through a comprehensive approach to the technologies.
Dramatic rhetoric underscores importance of cybersecurity legislation.
A "cyber Pearl Harbor is a real possibility, defense secretary warns.
Although the concerns have morphed a bit, the government is still struggling to address the challenges FCW highlighted in our first issues back in 1987.
Former Rep. Tom Davis (R-Va.) focused Congress' attention on acquisition reforms.
Lynn McNulty emphasized security not as a constraint but as an e-government enabler.