Just another week in ThreatWatch, our regularly updated index of noteworthy data breaches.
Three years of FCC documents reveal the recent jokes and moments that received complaints.
Congressman Mark Meadows announced on Thursday the launch of an email account for federal employees to send anonymous complaints about their working conditions, according to his website.
A great many cyber calamities are preventable through basic cybersecurity hygiene.
Tech companies and trade groups come out in support of the Trade Priorities Act.
Ethics officials say they’ve been inundated with questions from agencies about how their employees’ Twitter and Facebook habits conform with govermentwide ethics rules.
The Electron battery will be focused on lifting the new generation of miniature satellites weighing as little as 2 kg that some entrepreneurs say they will use to create the infrastructure for a global internet network.
With the clock winding down, lawmakers in both chambers are staging one last attempt to rein in the government’s surveillance powers.
Landsat 9 will launch in 2023, and promises the continuity of a critical, long-running database for imagery of the Earth's surface.
It’s just one strategy U.S. organizations are trying out to deal with a workforce challenge as persistent as the cyber threat.
Drastic revisions by the departments of Defense and Homeland Security accounted for most of the savings discrepancy.