Tech Modernization is About Cybersecurity, Federal CIO Says

Security requires a modern tech architecture, CIO Suzette Kent said.

Pentagon to Young Techies: We Want You (To Come Work for Government)

The Defense Department is trying new methods of engagement to recruit young tech talent.

Global Cyber Workforce Shortage Mirrors Government’s Struggle

The lack of qualified cyber workers outpaces concerns about budget and resources for a large share of the cyber workforce.

If You’re Worried About Online Privacy, You No Longer Have An Excuse

Just about every web service that isn’t selling you something is selling you to someone else.

Only Two-Thirds of Federal Domains Meet Email Security Deadline

The government still plans to reach near 100 percent compliance in the “near future,” DHS official says.

DHS Downplays Report That Data Thieves Are Selling Millions of Voters’ Data

But your personal data from voting rolls is more public than you likely realize.

The State of Cybersecurity

Federal agencies surge to combat ever-growing threats—but is it enough?

FBI Drops Full and Open Competition for $5 Billion IT Recompete

The bureau will turn to GSA’s schedules to fill out its IT Supplies and Support Services contract.

Los Angeles to Expand Cyber Lab with Federal Grant

The lab, established last summer, is a public-private partnership aimed at protecting the city from hacker attacks.

DHS Reveals New Details About Its Supply Chain Initiative

The program will be based primarily on unclassified information, the department said.

Repeating Kanye West’s Phone Password Is Not a Federal Crime

Unless you’re Ye himself, you’ve got little cause for concern.

Lawmakers Call for Investigation Into Google+ Data Exposure

Google's decision not to immediately disclose the breach has ruffled some feathers.

Mark Warner Is Coming for Tech’s Too-Powerful

The senator from Virginia says he’s “very annoyed” with Silicon Valley’s “pathetic” response to security concerns.

Defense Intel Chief Worried About Chinese ‘Integration of Human and Machines’

The future of human performance is a research race, and the U.S. shouldn’t take its lead for granted, the DIA director says.

The Newest Password Technology Is Making Your Phone Easier for Police to Search

For the first time, police have compelled a suspect to unlock his phone using Face ID. The case reveals an interesting inversion: More advanced password technology is less protected from police seizure.