While nearly half of federal domains have put policies in place to alert against email spoofing, there's a lot more work to be done.
After a 2017 filled with uncertainty and slipped deadlines, the Census Bureau faces a critical 2018 that could make or break the constitutionally mandated count.
After just a year at his post, Brig. Gen. Patrick Burden will leave his commanding role as the Army’s Program Executive Officer for Enterprise Information Systems to lead a command in Afghanistan.
Solicitation covers start-up staffing needs for five separate Centers of Excellence to "manage centralized, function-specific talent, solutions and acquisition vehicles."
DHS is looking at increasing the use of proactive agreements with critical infrastructure entities to prevent and mitigate cyberattacks.
Rep. Will Hurd (R-Texas) discusses the prospects of the MGT Act's centralized modernization fund actually getting funded for fiscal year 2018 and how agencies can maximize the working capital funds.
At the House Homeland Committee's request, DHS created a working group within the Homeland Security Advisory Council to deal with the challenges encryption poses to law enforcement agencies.
The Pacific Northwest National Lab is offering short-term licensing agreement that companies can use to take tech out for a spin to see if they like it.
In the wake of the attribution, DHS says it plans to take a more active role in combatting attacks that target the private sector.
The FAA will ban drone flights over seven nuclear energy and research facilities operated by the Department of Energy at the end of the year.
The nation's drug enforcers will get access to a real-time feed of license plate reader data that includes info on every car and truck crossing a U.S. land border.
President Trump's first National Security Strategy called for improving risk management and resilience, but remained vague on authorities and coordination.
During a live-hacking event in New York City earlier this month, 25 security researchers uncovered nearly 60 unknown vulnerabilities.
As agencies prepare to tackle the administration's IT priorities, the White House is looking to unite federal and private-sector efforts to modernize government systems.
Kaspersky Lab announced Dec. 18 that it will challenge a DHS directive banning the use of their software in the federal government.