A legislator said he wants the IG to have “unfettered access” to OPM's security clearance system.
India's prime minister wants to reboot the country's digital infrastructure.
A better authentication system could protect home appliances and drones, according to a new solicitation for industry partners.
It’s been almost a year since Amazon Web Services stood up a cloud computing infrastructure for the 17 agencies within the intelligence community.
A roundup of apps, websites and livecams that will get you close—but not too close—to hammerheads, great whites and other ocean beasts.
By catching mosquitoes, these drones could help scientists learn about—and react to—the way diseases become epidemics.
Fifty NGOs have banded together to create a campaign to encourage governments to act now to prevent dangerous autonomous machines in the future.
Search-engine architects must decide when their creations should act as a kind of expert and when they should neutrally direct people to what they are seeking.
Eric Holder: The 'Possibility Exists' Edward Snowden Could Come Home
“I certainly think there could be a basis for a resolution that ...
Pentagon Contractors Rank Below Retailers and Banks When it Comes to Cybersecurity
Pentagon suppliers score below hacked retailers and banks ...
Court Revives Defunct NSA Mass Surveillance Program
NSA’s phone dragnet is back—for now.
Federal Employee Union Sues Over OPM Hack, Citing Financial and Emotional Distress
Agency Director Katherine Archuleta and CIO Donna Seymour ...
Why Open Data is the Future of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
“Don’t send a spy where you can send a schoolboy," says the ...
After Hack, Officials Pull Plug on Pentagon and OPM Background Check Systems
A vulnerability in an OPM tool that links to the Pentagon ...
OPM Chief’s New Cyber Defense Operation Has Potential, Private Investigators Say
But GOP lawmakers have asked Obama to remove Archuleta.
TSA Wants to Tweet with Travelers
The DHS agency is looking for sources for a social media management contract.
Why Cyber War Is Dangerous for Democracies
The most worrying form of government spying isn’t the kind Edward Snowden exposed.
Hacked OPM and Background Check Contractors Lacked Logs, DHS Says
Hackers first penetrated OPM, USIS and KeyPoint in the fall of 2013.