The web-based licensing system generally meets operational capabilities as intended, but use varies among license reviewers, who evaluate new or amended license applications, and inspectors, who visit licensees to make sure they comply.
Army researchers have designed a user interface for a system that enables computers to better manage tens of thousands of images, enhancing how Defense Department intelligence analysts search, filter and explore such visual media.
The agency has revised guidance recommending methods for generating random numbers – crucial in data encryption – and permanently removed any reference to a controversial algorithm suspected of being tampered with by the National Security Agency.
Financial regulators need to apply the same caliber of information technology-savvy examiners to midsize and small banks, thrifts and credit unions as they do to large ones, a new report found
The Veterans Affairs Department is using the recent information system breaches at the Office of Personnel Management as an opportunity to review current security practices and push existing protocols that may not have been fully implemented.
A new Treasury Inspector General report states that the Internal Revenue Service is making headway toward meeting customers' demands for more electronic services and products
Phishing campaigns have emerged as a result of the Office of Personnel Management's post-breach identity protection offerings.
Spurred by initiatives such as the Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act, the Homeland Security Department is restructuring the Office of the Chief Information Officer to better meet information technology needs.
In a July 1 letter addressed to federal officials, the Professional Services Council expressed concern over the suspension of the Office of Personnel Management's "e-QIP" system two days earlier after the vulnerability was discovered.
More than 3,800 government websites across 37 agencies have used the analytics program since it was introduced in 2012. Agencies can use web analytics and customer satisfaction tools and get performance metrics guidance, metric benchmarks and training at no cost.
Justice Department officials said that VMware and Carahsoft hid their commercial pricing practices and overcharged the government from 2007 to 2013.
The Office of Personnel Management notified federal agencies and departments June 29 that the web-based platform used to submit background investigation forms, known as e-QIP, will be offline for four to six weeks for security enhancements.
During the last of three congressional hearings held last week to address data breaches at the Office of Personnel Management, OPM Director Katherine Archuleta held her ground in refusing to peg a final number on compromised records.
The military needed technology to counteract roadside bombs that were causing a high number of casualties during the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Combatants and insurgents were using cellphones and other devices to remotely detonate bombs.
The U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command announced June 23 the Cyber Battleground Range, which it expects to be open to all units later this summer, according to an Army article.
Login credentials for 47 federal agencies across 89 unique domains may have been exposed, leaving them open to espionage and criminal attacks, reported Recorded Future, which analyzed open source intelligence data and 17 paste sites for a year.
The Federal Information Security Modernization Act of 2014 authorizes DHS to assist the Office of Management and Budget with managing and monitoring implementation of security requirements by agencies and providing them with operational and technical assistance, among other activities.
Speaking in Talinn, Estonia, Defense Department Secretary Ash Carter announced a new initiative to bolster NATO's cybersecurity efforts, while 18F employees met with Estonian technologists in Washington to learn from one another's digital services offerings.
The House approved a bill that would let Congress check over plans to shift control over the Internet's domain name system to an international organization.
The Air Force announced GPS' full operational capability two decades ago. On July 17, 1995, the service had 24 satellites in orbit, providing global 24-hour coverage.