Software giant CA will pay the U.S. government $45 million to settle allegations that it overcharged the General Services Administration for software licenses.
Two DHS components launched social media screening pilots in the wake of the San Bernardino shooting. The agency's internal watchdog wants to see improved coordination and measurable goals.
The WikiLeaks release of alleged CIA hacking program data is the latest example of what one former intelligence official says is the greatest cybersecurity challenge: the insider threat.
In his most pointed comments on IT to date, David Shulkin, secretary of Veterans Affairs, said that the agency will move to off-the-shelf software.
The bank regulator was responsible for 10 of 16 major information security incidents recorded in the FY2016 FISMA report.
A bipartisan letter from the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee seeks information on Trump administration compliance with federal recordkeeping laws.
Inspectors general fear that budget cuts could force agencies to choose between spending on program operations and cybersecurity.
The Department of Homeland Security is not providing enough context around the cyber threat indicators it shares with the private sector for firms to use the data effectively, say industry leaders.
DHS' Science and Technology directorate invites counter-drone technology companies to show off their capabilities, while military commanders warn about unauthorized drones near military bases.
The former head of the General Services Administration's 18F innovation shop has joined service founder Greg Godbout at the digital government firm cBrain.
Leadership change at GSA comes as the agency must decide how to address potential conflicts arising from President Trump's lease on the Old Post Office.
Of the 297 most visited federal websites, more than 90 percent fall short of "basic standards" for security, speed, accessibility or ease of mobile access.
Despite making progress against cyber red teams, military combatant command missions are coming up short in defending against nation-state adversaries in training exercises.
Wikileaks launches what it claims is its largest-ever release of CIA data, which includes nearly 9,000 documents and files alleged to contain hacking tools and covert program details.
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