The new executive order describes a process for sanctioning digital interference, propaganda and any other efforts to meddle in U.S. elections.
Traditional time management doesn't always work.
Are employers invading workers' privacy?
Yes, one of them was “password”—and even in 2012 there was no excuse for that.
The administration plans to reskill more than 300,000 employees over the next three years, including the IT workforce.
The wearable device collects troves of data.
"This notion of leadership as service needs further attention in the valley."
New ammunition regulations in California could make it harder for people who shouldn’t have guns to use the ones they have.
The future of battlefield communications is resting comfortably near your back gums.
Some contractors may not be aware the ban applies to them or that they’re running Kasperksy in the first place. Others don’t understand how complex removing it will be.
After 15 years of trying, the Senate may finally allow for candidates to electronically file campaign spending reports.
The company continues to keep the legal pressure on the Defense Department.
The rogue Mac app sent the stolen data to China.
Two key officials say offices at all levels of government are rapidly bolstering defenses ahead of November elections.
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