Lawmakers Want More Than 'Half-Hearted' Response to Travel Card Use at Casinos, Strip Clubs

Defense Department watchdog reported 900 transactions from adult clubs and warned of security vulnerabilities.

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One Day, Sensors Could Text You Directly If You're Near A Flood Zone


DHS is experimenting with flood sensors that could activate an emergency alert system.

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House Oversight Votes to Hold Clinton Techie in Contempt


Bryan Pagliano, former tech specialist for Hillary Clinton, previously warned he would evoke his Fifth Amendment rights if he testified.

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7 Takeaways from GAO's Information Security Assessment

The federal government needs to fully implement its information security programs, GAO said.


We May Finally Make Our Homes Smart by Listening to the Flow of Their Electricity

Every appliance speaks a secret language. Now we know what they’re saying.


Yahoo's Half-a-Billion Hack

The tech giant said personal data from at least 500 million accounts was stolen by a "state-sponsored actor.”

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It Will Soon Be Legal to Hack Your Tesla (And Every Other Car) in the US

The modern automobile, say cybersecurity experts, is not a car with a computer in it. It’s a computer with four wheels and a motor.

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Congress is Taking Aim at Bots that Help Ticket Scalpers Profit

Should another Hamilton come along in this lifetime, scalpers are likely to have a much harder time.

Nextgov Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas

House Passes Modernizing Government Technology Act

The federal government’s woefully old IT systems are apparently something both political parties believe require fixing.


Your Personal Information Was Hacked. Now What?

The Federal Trade Commission released a new video to guide data-breach victims through what to do next.


'To Have Strong Innovation, You Need a Strong State': How Silicon Valley Gets the Future Wrong

Will we all have a Jetsons life if we just let Silicon Valley do its thing?

Nextgov Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors Inc., introduces the Model X car at the company's headquarters in Fremont, Calif.

Video: Tesla's Improved Software Interface

Update your car the way you update your phone.


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