Despite all the hype about how it has connected the world, the web is more insular than you might think.
The administration brought in techies after three years of controversy.
The agency is still cleaning up from the breaches it announced this summer.
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Just another week in ThreatWatch, our regularly updated index of noteworthy data breaches.
The ability to encrypt and use cyphers to hide messages from unauthorized readers goes back at least as far as Roman times.
DARPA's method of tracking "technology transition" is unreliable.
A team at FDA is in the midst of launching PrecisionFDA, a cloud-based platform so researchers can work together.
The first round of ratings provides critical benchmarks.
The incidents are unrelated to a previously disclosed assault on Interior networks connected to Office of Personnel Management systems, the agency says.
This kid has big questions about NASA's future, including the space agency's space travel plans.