The Defense Department has released 1,336 pages of messages and attachments associated with Secretary Ash Carter's personal email account, some of which shed light on his management style and private-sector outreach.
The nonpartisan Capitol Hill watchdog greeted the sixth anniversary of the Affordable Care Act with a bracing dose of oversight about the security weaknesses of HealthCare.Gov.
From patching to passwords, the Government Accountability Office is troubled by persistent shortcomings with the data security posture at IRS.
Steve Kelman looks at the potential -- and limitations -- of the "social intranet."
Officials hope Encore III can vault the Pentagon into a new era of secure and interoperable IT use.
A deal between the General Services Administration and the Peace Corps to provide cloud email might have run afoul of funding laws, according to GSA's inspector general.
NIST's Computer Security Division wants to hire 15 cryptographers over the next five years to tackle emerging areas such as quantum and lightweight cryptography.
A senior Senate staffer says that Congress is unlikely to move on significant legislation to mandate law enforcement access to encrypted communications.
In its first national conference, the International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals sought to lay the groundwork for getting more women and minorities into the cyber ranks.
The conservation agency is looking for a new leader for its technology operations.
The reorganization of DHS's cyber agency aims to showcase spectrum of physical and IT protections.
A senior defense official told lawmakers that a fix for a software glitch with the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter jet will be tested next week, but delays arising from problems are inevitable.
A private-sector security evangelist will be writing the cyber report President Barack Obama requested by the end of the year.
There are gaps in laws covering health data privacy, accessibility and security, but some lawmakers worry new regulations will create even greater problems.
DOD is "taking steps to aggressively drive more savings" than the projected $1.8 billion through fiscal 2018, DOD CIO Terry Halvorsen told lawmakers March 22.
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