The Defense Department is changing how it defines and defends its networks.
A senior vice president ruled out working directly on weapons programs, but said other areas are fair game.
A veteran, a scientist and representatives from Facebook and Twitter are all set to testify.
A new U.S. Senate bill comes amid concerns that online criminals can “spoof” the public with fake government websites.
Many small businesses might find themselves excluded from the Pentagon’s most sensitive tech projects under the new Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification.
The bureau has taken its time crafting the next central IT services contract. But contracting officers say the process is moving toward the finish.
The agency’s annual FISMA audit showed significant, recurring weaknesses in every area.
Recent history has shown that states often use their offensive cyber arsenals to achieve surprisingly de-escalatory effects.
For one thing, it can help formalize the process.
With Census Day less than six months away, officials have no room for error in system development, testing and deployment.
The decision comes months after agency officials approved purchases of aircraft built by the Chinese firm SZ DJI Technology.
A review showed most federal agencies are implementing parts of GAO’s workforce planning framework while others are ignored due to competing priorities and leadership turnover.
A civilian counterpart to the Pentagon’s Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification would need to suit the varying missions across government, according to federal deputy CIO Margie Graves.
The attacks come as the World Anti-Doping Agency threatens to bar Russia from participating in major competitions, including the Olympics and other world championship events.
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