But keeping up with criminals' tech innovation can be challenging.
The House bill closely tracks a standalone bill to restore and elevate the cyber coordinator’s office.
The Defense Health Agency wants to know if a vendor can help match all the new data it’s collecting with the old.
Advances in consumer electronics are making drones available to armed forces without the resources to hire billion-dollar defense contractors.
The Man Who Harvested Facebook Data for Cambridge Analytica Doesn’t Think He Affected the 2016 Election
Aleksandr Kogan, the Cambridge University academic who created the app that helped the data analysis firm obtain the personal information of millions, finally speaks out.
The Office of Management and Budget’s Margaret Weichert shares how the administration's “holistic approach” to management can fix the government’s technology woes.
And a new bill pushes for the naming and shaming of foreign hackers and government officials who attack the U.S.
The field has narrowed from nine projects to four, according to board chair Suzette Kent.
Democrats Just Filed a Lawsuit Accusing the Trump Campaign of Helping Russia Disrupt the 2016 Election
The Democratic party is also suing Russia's armed forces and WikiLeak's Julian Assange.
This cloud is focused on collaboration and business tools.
Techies love the tried and true.
The CHESS program would build on DARPA’s autonomous cybersecurity contest and traditional hacking competitions.
The audit missed a lot of key information.
Agency experts said it’s often better to start over with legacy systems than try to force them into the cloud.
Building on old foundations doesn't make sense.
Advocate urges careful roll-out of policy requiring remote workers to remain on the job during inclement weather.
Some hiring managers contend that there are better ways to evaluate programmers, however.
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