The military has been given the go-ahead to fast-track the hiring of 3,000 computer whiz civilians.
Employees are more afraid of retaliation by bosses than disclosure, survey finds.
We don’t know if Russia or China hacked Clinton’s emails, and we may never know, security experts said.
Partnership’s report stresses benefits of pooling IT, supply chain management.
After the botched Healthcare.gov rollout, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services haven't adequately improved itsIT processes, a recent report found.
The actual expenses from the recent and high-profile breaches at Sony, Target and Home Depot amount to less than 1% of each company’s annual revenues.
Supporters see FCC's decision as the first open-Internet domino, but critics are warning of darker possibilities.
Exaggerated headlines and narratives overshadow the importance of the Snowden leaks in understanding U.S. government surveillance.
Under fire from Democrats, former State Department chief changes course.
Late night shows highlight a federal warning against unintended consequences of Utah's forays into medical marijuana.
Official government email accounts are no locked fortresses, and some shirk key federal security regulations.