While the IC’s research organization looks into adding security to cloud environments, in the here and now, intelligence agencies are sharing more data.
The federal government relies on collaboration to smoothly transition from one administration to the next.
As cybersecurity threats advance, federal officials must change how they train employees and respond to attacks.
With governmentwide adoption of Microsoft's platform underway, feds are starting to see faster boot times and improved app performance.
Using a specialized Software Asset Management tool and other strategies, the space agency uncovered software consolidation opportunities.
The 15-year Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions contract is designed to create a modernized communications network for agencies built on continually refreshed technology.
OMB wants agencies to prepare their websites for a new generation of mobile users.
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How are agencies going to improve federal cybersecurity policies, practices and technologies in the years ahead?
Agencies need to change their cultures to effectively update their technology, says federal IT veteran Jim Tunnessen, who is now the chief digital officer for Voice of America.
With its latest protection suite, Symantec shows it can play well with other cybersecurity software and services.
The Acer TravelMate P648 notebook has good looks, but it also delivers power, speed and stamina.
With scores of new data, how soon is too soon to pitch old records and information?
Federal agencies are investing in biometrics as a way to bolster authentication techniques.
When feds discover a loophole, they need to weigh whether to share that information — or exploit it for intelligence on the perpetrator behind the threat.
Feds should consider resilience and agility in their cybersecurity decision-making.
Loopholes in software that has not been updated can lead to gaps in agencies' cybersecurity protections.