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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson

Bill to Restore State Department Cyber Office Advances

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson shuttered the office in September.

Tech Industry Insiders Want to Standardize Data Scientists

A few companies are creating a Data Science Standards Board that Booz Allen Hamilton thinks could help government hire better.

White House Discloses Rules on Weaponizing Software Vulnerabilities

The administration will publish an annual report on how it decides whether to hoard or disclose newfound cyber vulnerabilities.

Homeland Security's Top Buyer: Still All-In In Agile

The department needs to do a better job “taking the fear out of innovation,” Chief Procurement Officer Soraya Correa said.

Only 23% of the World Has a Free and Open Internet

The U.S. does not have the world's most free internet, according to a independent watchdog group.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks during a House Judiciary Committee hearing on Capitol Hill, Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017.

Sessions: Surveillance Reform Could Be 'Exceedingly Damaging' to National Security

Getting a warrant before searching through information collected under Section 702 authorities would be burdensome, the attorney general told lawmakers.

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Kaspersky Software Found at 15% of Federal Agencies

The suspect Russian anti-virus was usually obtained as part of a larger security package.

Agency Scores Fall in Latest FITARA Scorecard

The new metric on software licensing knocked many agencies' grades down.

Majority of Feds Want to Ban All Foreign Anti-Virus Software from Government Systems

Defense employees are more bullish on a foreign AV ban than civilian feds.

Congress May Be Making the Pentagon Amazon's Next Big Customer

Though lawmakers revised the so-called "Amazon amendment," only a small number of companies could provide the government with an e-commerce site.