The head of the FBI wants a less strident discussion about the strong encryption technology that is becoming standard on electronic devices and hampering investigative efforts.
Six U.S. lawmakers sent a letter to the president asking him to prioritize a discussion of cyberattacks on financial institutions during his upcoming trip to China.
As the Defense Department increases its reliance on digital capabilities, the Center for a New American Security says the tactical gains come with increased vulnerabilities.
The U.S. and the EU are building up their information sharing networks to address the growing threat of global terrorism, and a central challenge is keeping the shared intelligence secure.
The U.S. voting infrastructure is potentially easy prey for hackers because of disparate systems and inadequate security, according to a new report.
Two Democratic lawmakers have asked OPM for a progress report on the planned National Background Investigations Bureau.
GSA's year-old shared services office laying the groundwork for new marketplace ecosystem.
In a new report, the Center for a New American Security makes the case that DOD is failing to capitalize on the power of open-source software.
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The MEGABYTE Act enshrines key Obama administration IT initiatives into law and promises to save at least $2 billion a year on software spending -- assuming implementation goes according to plan.
Top-ranking members of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee are asking about the status of an automated system to check on the tax debt of security clearance applicants.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has come up with a way to use its supercomputing power to speed the sprawling data analysis associated with extremely complex public works.