Where disaster strikes, charity scams follow.
Outdated tech can be costly.
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The Federal Aviation Administration gave its first OK to drone company to deliver commercial goods.
The agency is finding fewer fraudulent tax returns but is getting better at stopping payments on the ones it does.
The General Services Administration revamped Highly Adaptive Cybersecurity Service offerings with high-value assets in mind.
Spoofers have been busy lately.
The shutdown will have long-term consequences on federal agencies’ recruiting and retention efforts, Rep. Robin Kelly said.
More cyber brinkmanship and super smart artificial intelligence are just a couple forecasts industry leaders divined for the coming year.
The Defense Department faces “unnecessary” risk without a complete software inventory, according to the agency’s inspector general.
The details of the nation’s ballistic missile defense system are vulnerable to inside and outside threats, the Defense Department inspector general found.
Strengthening the nation’s cyber stance was top of mind, with a new House Energy and Commerce Committee cyber report, and bills to improve connected devices and cyber education.
Think of it as a standing bug bounty program.
As law enforcement agencies experiment with the tech, lawmakers push for details about accuracy and privacy.
Recovering funds, retiring employees and making procurement efficient are just some of the hurdles the agency must clear.
The commission fined the celebrities for failing to disclose their social media posts were paid for.
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