Just another week in ThreatWatch, our regularly updated index of noteworthy data breaches.
And those were just the contracts we know about.
The online Ebola tools the agency is offering NGOs provide much more dynamic capabilities than those previously deployed by the agency.
Auditors chalked up the missed deadline, in part, to a leadership vacuum.
The official account had been building up to the tweet throughout the day, highlighting the 88-year-old monarch’s past technological milestones.
A major drug firm says it will take until 2016 to ramp up production.
The Pentagon could field an alternative to the Russian-made RD-180 rocket engine faster, but the technology is unproven.
Computational epidemiologists were among the those who foresaw the crisis to come.
More Federal Employees Are Teleworking More Often
The uptick is slight but steady, survey of feds shows.
10 Crazy Devices the Secret Service Could Use to Put the Kibosh on Fence Jumping
Terminator-like "RoBo," modeled after first dog Bo, should ...
Tech Companies Spend Big on Midterm Elections
Google's campaign spending has grown fortyfold in the past eight years.
Want to Work for Google? You Have Only a 0.2 Percent Chance of Getting Hired
Google gets around 3 million applications a year now.
Congress Wants to Probe the Internet of Things. Here’s What It Should Focus On
A bipartisan contingent of senators have requested a “general ...
Can the U.S. Government Get Its DATA Act Together?
The full promise of the DATA Act won’t be realized anytime soon. But that’s not ...
A Snowden Journalist Is Going to Work for the Government
Ashkan Soltani will be the new chief technologist for the FTC.
An Ode to the White House Website, Circa 1995
It’s a site to behold.
IRS Agrees It Wastes Money on Software -- But Not That Much
Agency CTO disputes IG findings but agrees to manage licenses better.
Hanford Waste Contractors Refuse to Cooperate with IG
Sen. McCaskill slams stonewalling.