A leak of alleged NSA exploits that includes previously undisclosed flaws in Cisco routers has been met largely with official silence.
The ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee said cybersecurity remains one of the top priorities for his state and that bad actors are constantly trying to harm U.S. national security.
In separate assessments, inspectors general found deficiencies in the way the departments of Transportation and Labor secure computer systems that contain personally identifiable information.
The Defense Department's inspector general says DOD is largely meeting the requirements of the Cybersecurity Act, though some issues remain.
Congress is trying to get its house in order when it comes to cybersecurity, after non-public info on lawmakers was leaked.
DHS chief Jeh Johnson kicks off voting infrastructure cybersecurity awareness campaign.
The Social Security Administration is relaxing a recent security directive for beneficiaries, because of potential user inconvenience.
Blockchain isn't just for bitcoin, and federal agencies might find other uses for the secure recordkeeping tool.
DHS has awarded $100,000 each to four small innovators to explore the use of blockchain for identity management.
Data leaks are impossible to reverse, so the best strategy is to prevent intruders from having prolonged, unfettered access to systems in the first place.
Professional tax preparers are targets in a new email scam that opens the door for keystroke-logger malware.
The Census Bureau selected a vendor on a sole-source basis to assess its vulnerability -- and announced plans to hire a CISO.
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