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State Dept. Wants To Map All Wireless Devices Within a 10-Foot Zone

The system could detect Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and cellular devices operating in embassies, consulates and other State buildings.

Pentagon CIO Terry Halvorsen

Pentagon CIO in Hot Seat Over Windows 10 'Endorsement'

Halvorsen’s remarks in support of the Microsoft operating system are “unprecedented,” according to one trade group.

What’s Your ‘Insider Threat Score?’ It Could Determine If You Keep Your Clearance

The idea is to regularly vet individuals with access to classified information on their likelihood to go rogue, officials say.

Pentagon Wants Its Own Secure Messaging System

DARPA is looking for small businesses to supply that technology.

Syria President Bashar al-Assad

How the Intelligence Community’s IT Strategy Helped Link Assad to 2013 Chemical Weapons Attack

The intelligence community's IT plan been shoring up the same kinds of intelligence gaps that preceded the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, said: "There are now at least three high profile examples of top Obama administration officials treating electronic security and records retention too casually."

Senator Extends Flap Over Ash Carter Personal Email Use

Grassley not satisfied with Pentagon briefing and new internal records guidance.

U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agents and K-9 security dogs keep watch at a checkpoint station, on Feb. 22, 2013, in Falfurrias, Texas.

DHS to Tap Silicon Valley for Doggie Fitbits, Facial Recognition Tech

It’s the latest DHS effort to draw new brainpower and technology.

The NSA Doesn't Know How Many Americans It Is Spying On

Congress wants to know: How many Americans are caught up in the government’s digital dragnets?