The legislation comes two weeks after a watchdog report on the lack of coordination in the Department of Homeland Security’s cybersecurity efforts.
A founding member of the U.S. Digital Service is leaving to stand up DHS' team, modeled after the White House version.
The agency's scientists reveal a more nuanced picture of the discovery.
Many agencies today are still using cloud computing similar to 2010, one official says.
Feel free to leave your wallet at home.
A group of agencies is trying to update the consent process for human test subjects in federal research.
The Internet of Things is supposed to make life easier. For the Pentagon, the quintessential early adopter, it has made life much harder.
So, so, so many.
Could We All Have Cyber Doppelgängers in the Future?
The idea of a world with "mind clones" may not seem so crazy after all.
Nationwide ‘Suspicious Activity’ Files Now Document Sketchy Online Activity
The post-9/11 counterterrorism surveillance program is now ...
Pentagon Hires Investigators to Find Hacked Feds
A tool for determining why mail notifications are returned must be running by Oct. 9 and a ...
NIH Wants to License Out a Mobile App to the Private Sector
The app would combine users' location data with their answers to questions about ...
HHS Focuses on Flexibility in New Health IT Plan
HHS' final Federal Health IT Strategic Plan leaves room for the unknown, according to ...
5 Tech Projects from HHS' Accelerator Demo Day
One is a mobile app that would help FDA researchers inspect fresh meat for bacteria at local ...
Can Social Media Tracking Make Medication Safer?
FDA is considering analyzing social media data to learn more about product safety.
FBI and DHS Warn of Security Risks from the Internet of Things
Wearables, thermostats and insulin dispensers and other everyday objects are ...
This Mind-Controlled Prosthetic Robot Arm Lets You Actually Feel What it Touches
The robotic arm is connected by wires that link up to the ...
New Tech Won’t Replace Your Doctor Yet
In medicine, data isn't everything.