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How Last Year's OPM Hack Could Affect the Census

A loss of public trust in the federal government could undermine Commerce's ability to collect data for the 2020 census.

Social Security Wants to Know What its Customers Want -- Before They Do

To some, the thought of a government agency anticipating the needs of its customers is Orwellian at best.

DHS: Cyberattack on the Ukraine Power Grid Could Happen Here

“This type of attack can happen in any critical infrastructure company across all sectors," a high-ranking cybersecurity official says.

Federal Cybersecurity by the Numbers: The Biggest Spenders and the Biggest Threats

The annual scorecard tracking agencies’ compliance with the Federal Information Security Management Act shows some agencies are backsliding.

Can the Internet of Things Change Economic Inequality? Commerce Wants to Know

he Department of Commerce wants your input on the Internet of Things.

A marquee of the Arango Orillac Building lists the Mossack Fonseca law firm in Panama City, Sunday, April 3, 2016.

FBI Cyber Official on Panama Papers: ‘Good, It Wasn't a Law Firm in the US’

The leak could be a lesson for people who trust outside organizations, such as law firms, to protect their data.

This image taken by NOAA's GOES-East satellite on Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016, shows a large winter snowstorm over the East Coast of the United States.

NOAA is Hosting More Weather Data in the Cloud

By making a large data set available in the cloud, the agency was able to free up bandwidth and resources on constrained, legacy systems.

Personnel of the 624th Operations Center, located at Joint Base San Antonio - Lackland, conduct cyber operations.

Military Commands Tussle Over Cyber Power

The Pentagon said it plans to sort out the org chart.

Secretary of Defense  Ash Carter toured Texas Advanced Computing Center and Visualization Lab last week.

Defense Chief Pitches Pentagon Projects to Tech Workers

The defense secretary takes his outreach tour to robotics labs and startup centers in Austin and Boston

With Job Website, Spy Agencies Try to Reach Younger Applicants

The intelligence community’s new website includes a “job exploration” function that tells high school students how to get involved in government work.