The National Guard wants to increase cybersecurity capacity by attracting exiting servicemembers and full-time private-sector professionals.
The administration's proposed steep budget cuts to a governmental research and innovation arm for artificial intelligence, quantum science and cybersecurity advancement generated concerns among lawmakers on both sides of the aisle.
The Justice Department wants a couple of million for a new powerful effort to extend data protections beyond its in-house networks.
A DHS official told Congress the department is getting closer to classifying and coding its cybersecurity workforce, but did not provide a timeline for completion.
The Office of Personnel Management has issued its final rule to give agencies the authority to more easily hire for IT and cyber positions.
The Air Force plans to roll out new workforce categories for cyber this summer, according to Secretary Heather Wilson.
Data used by the FBI's Cyber Division to advise victims of cyber intrusions is unreliable, according to a Justice Department audit.
Tech supporting the 2020 census has performed well in testing, officials said at a Census Day event, but will it scale?
A panel of industry experts told Congress about the widespread ignorance many defense contractors have about the cybersecurity integrity of their own supply chains.
The U.S. needs a “whole-of-nation” approach to cybersecurity. Unisys' CEO stepped up to lead that effort.
A new task force and an interagency council are tackling supply chain issues, but the government shutdown delayed efforts to sync them up.
In March 26 testimony to Congress, acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan pointed to cyber modernization as a key element of DOD's $750 billion top-line budget request.
The program will spend the next two years operationalizing data and building out a new risk scoring algorithm, but agencies continue to "leave the door wide open" through bad hygiene.
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