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While there's no magic number for R&D spending, the Pentagon is spending less than experts recommend.
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Congressional Democrats are pushing for a hearing to discuss election security improvements while demanding further action in the wake of indictments leveled by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
A commission on the draft is studying cutting age and gender exclusions for people with cyber skills.
Any change to encryption policy will require a tradeoff between individual security and national security, a report from the National Academies concludes.
The government needs to put money into artificial intelligence if it wants to beat other countries, tech experts say.
The intelligence community agrees Russia will try to influence the 2018 midterms, but they’re less clear on how to stop the Kremlin.
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The president’s budget proposal is more about priorities than actual funding. So what does it tell us?
The Missile Defense Agency is rushing to put more solutions in the field and trying to put past failures behind them.
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The Russian antivirus company previously sued to reverse a ban imposed by the Homeland Security Department.
The Homeland Security Department banned the Russian antivirus company Kaspersky from government networks last year. Huawei and ZTE may be next.
Many agencies that have added the protection to their email domains haven’t configured it properly.
The budget also moves DHS cyber research out of the science and tech division.
The president’s 2019 budget proposal includes $45.8 billion for IT infrastructure and services, with $210 million for the Technology Modernization Fund.
Lawmakers also weigh in on bug bounties and advance customer experience and open data bills.
After a short “technical” shutdown, Congress early Friday passed a measure that would raise spending levels by $300 billion over the next two years.
Those smartphone addictions are not a joking matter, according to a trio of lawmakers.
The panel, which is tied to reauthorizing the department, would pare back overlapping committee jurisdictions.
Schumer says agreement will send sequester caps to "ash heaps of history."
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