The spy agency is not above posing as the social-media site, according to Snowden files.
1871FEMtech is hoping to foster female-led startups.
Spreadsheets and graphs no longer anchor the agency's discussions.
CMS extends its Verizon contract for seven months because of delays in moving to a new cloud host.
The social-media giant is stepping in to prevent illegal firearm transactions from being facilitated on its websites.
Most health facility operators surveyed said Obamacare, in general, increases the risk of compromising patient data.
A few coding tweaks are all that's needed to stop the next Snowden, former official says.
Some educational reformers are advocating for “digital backpacks.”
NSA Nominee Confirms Ukraine Is Under Cyberattack
Vice Adm. Michael Rogers warns the U.S. is also vulnerable.
Analysis: Drones Herald the End of the Age of the Gun
Drones will cause an upheaval of society like we haven’t seen in 700 years.
Feds Again Ground Commercial Drone Use
The FAA is appealing a judge’s ruling that a ban on commercial drones lacks proper authority.
Partial Probe Shows No Radiation at New Mexico Nuclear Waste Site
Test did not sample source of last month’s leaks.
The Internet Is the New Battleground, Assange Tells SXSW
Hackers, entrepreneurs and software developers gather in Austin to discuss how the ...
Pentagon Tries Again on Cyber Intelligence-Sharing Contract
Agency will recompete the $26 million job after a GAO ruling against the initial ...
DARPA Wants a Portable System to Identify Biological and Chemical Threats
Program would detect threats from the battlefield.
NSA Officials Have 'Privacy in Their Veins,' Agency's New Privacy Chief Says
Introducing Rebecca Richards, NSA's first chief privacy and ...
Federal Judge Dismisses FAA Fine Against Drone Operator
The fine was the first leveled by the Federal Aviation Administration over the ...
Analysis: There's No Real Difference Between Online Espionage and Online Attack
You can't hack passively.