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Homeland Security Wants to Standardize Requirements in ‘Cyber’ Jobs

There’s federal effort to use the same definitions and qualifications for jobs involving cybersecurity across the government.

Lawmakers Want Updates on Pentagon’s Security Clearance Overhaul

That’s one of the requirements written into the House version of the Defense Authorization Act.

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla.

Rubio: Politicians Don't Talk Enough About Tech Jobs

Employees concerned about their jobs being replaced don't know how to prepare themselves, Rubio said Wednesday.

The Cell Phone-Monitoring Agency You’ve Never Heard Of

The DHS subcomponent tracked cell calls during the San Bernardino attack last December.

Ex-Hacker: If You Get Hacked, Sue Somebody

The days of software companies having built-in legal “liability protections” are about to come to an end, one expert says.

Members of the Hawaii National Guard A Company 227th Brigade Engineer Battalion  participate in an exercise designed to improve collaborative efforts in the response to domestic emergencies.

The Military Wants a Privacy Firewall for Disaster Response

A new tool to strip personal information from tweets and social media could help troops zero in on trouble spots.

Homeland Security Wants Government To Get Better at Mobile Security

A new document includes insights for chief information officers, business owners and developers.

Juniper Code Hack Remains a Whodunit

What is known is that the government still does not have its act together when a software emergency goes down.

Despite ‘Agile’ Approach, Agencies Might Not Meet DATA Act Deadline

It’s been almost two years since Congress passed legislation requiring agencies to standardize spending data.