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The bill would offer cash rewards for vulnerabilities hackers discover in State Department websites.
One lawmaker proposed a commission to examine the emerging tech through a national security lens.
Administration leaders unveiled the agenda in Kansas City, Missouri, promising success in IT modernization efforts where others have failed.
The intelligence committee previewed far more recommendations, including better attribution.
Chris Liddell is the latest in staff changes at the tech-focused office.
Lawmakers have been working on an omnibus spending bill but it has yet to be introduced.
Researchers should focus on when humans need to be in the loop and when machines can take charge.
One day after Air Force leaders severely restricted media contacts, Deputy Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan encouraged Pentagon officials to engage more with industry.
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The other options for deterring cyberattacks aren't much better, though.
The president’s words could reanimate a legislative proposal that the defense secretary and others thought they had killed.
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The agenda will include bringing more people to the table and having OMB take the lead.
If passed, the rules would require websites to disclose who paid for online political ads urging viewers to vote for or against a specific candidate.
Localities want more of a say in broadband policymaking. The U.S. wireless industry wants to win its race with China.
For one, the department will be setting up a bug bounty program.
The deal would have been the largest in tech history had it gone through.
The annual FISMA report shows where the Homeland Security Department—the government’s point agency on cyber issues—can improve its own information security.
The Homeland Security reauthorization bill advances but loses an amendment on election security.
A bill to study retro approaches to preventing and mitigating the effects of cyberattacks is advancing in the Senate.
The WomenConnect Challenge is offering $1 million to projects that address why women in low- and middle-income countries are offline.
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