In a report due out soon, the State Department's Office of the Inspector General is highly critical of Hillary Clinton's email practices while she was U.S. secretary of state.
The U.S., despite 47 states having their own notification laws, lacks a single, national law at the federal level.
The Transportation Security Administration and the Social Security Administration are both on track to upgrade their systems to the Windows 10 operating system, representatives from both agencies confirmed at a Fedscoop this week.
Galois, a Portland, Ore.-based security firm, announced Wednesday that it has been awarded a $10 million contract by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to make cyber security vulnerabilities in the code bases of legacy military and commercial communications systems less exploitable.
The Department of Homeland Security has awarded $200,000 to Whitescope to create a secure wireless communications gateway for Internet of Things devices.
CMS, compelled by the then-recent hack of the Office of Personnel Management, went into containment mode after it was targeted by phishing attempts and aimed to inform its employees of cybersecurity best practices.
Nearly every government agency has begun migrating to the cloud, but the cloud is not ideal for every workload, so most agencies think it is unlikely they will move completely to cloud resources.
As 18F settles into its new home as part of the General Services Administration's Technology Transformation Service, or TTS, the innovation team is preparing for a new contracting officer.
Access to government records routinely available online in many other states is so restricted in Minnesota that the Center for Public Integrity gave the state an "F" in public record access in its 2015 State Integrity report, KARE-TV in Minneapolis reported.
The hacker who says he broke into Hillary Clinton's personal email server while she was U.S. secretary of state will likely plead guilty to criminal charges this week.
Allegan County, Mich., plans to spend up to $10 million to deploy a new emergency 911 system over the next year, reported the Holland Sentinel via Emergency Management.
The Naval Air Systems Command is looking for outside help to improve its weapons-systems cybersecurity capabilities.
A majority of federal cloud decision makers would consider a non-FedRAMP-compliant cloud deployment, even though FedRAMP is mandatory for agency cloud deployments and service models at the low and moderate risk impact levels.
A partnership between IBM Watson and OmniEarth announced Friday is set to break new ground in water monitoring and environmental analytics in California – a potentially disruptive change for water utilities countrywide.
Students pursuing research for school should not be charged search and other extra fees under the federal Freedom of Information Act, a U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit judge ruled on Friday.
Allegations of misspent campaign funds have dogged Illinois Auditor General Frank Mautino since the former state representative began the position on January 1, but now he is being sued for his alleged failure to turn over records related to said funds as part of Freedom of Information Act requests.
Spotlight: Rep. Hurd says data center consolidation, not modernization fund, is key to funding IT upgrades
The Obama administration for months has been fiercely pushing its proposed $3.1 billion IT modernization revolving fund, but the chairman of a House panel overseeing federal IT issues said this week that that's not his preferred approach.
A heist of the Bangladeshi central bank may not have been of prime concern to U.S. stakeholders 20 years ago, but in the age of cyber heists – especially one involving $81 million – a top U.S. lawmaker is eager for answers.
The Department of Interior is ignoring the ombudsman Congress set up to mediate Freedom of Information Act requests, according to a recent letter sent by the Office of Government Information Services to the department's Office of the Solicitor.
The Defense Information Systems Agency is working to replace its successful enterprise email service with a cloud-based software as a service enterprise product called the Defense Enterprise Office Solution.