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Equifax Breach Prompts Renewed Calls for National Breach Notification Standard

The proposed national standard would replace a patchwork of 48 state standards for when consumers must be notified about a breach.

Ignore the Haters, Federal Social Media Gurus Say

Humor continues to be a key element of the CIA's social strategy.

National Guard’s Smart Radios Create Networks in Disaster Zones

The radios link together to create a secure network on the fly—even where there isn’t infrastructure.

What the Intelligence Community Wants to Get Out of Tracking Its Workforce

The IC's research wing is experimenting with wearables and other sensors to optimize employees and their work environment.

NDAA Heads to Floor and Kaspersky Heads to Washington

And in the defense authorization bill's 104 amendments are tech and cyber changes for civilian agencies too.

House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Ed Royce, R-Calif., left, and the committee's ranking member Rep. Eliot Engel, D-N.Y.,

House Foreign Affairs Leaders Push to Save State Cyber Office

A bipartisan bill would make the cyber coordinator’s office permanent and a presidential appointment.

Could Whale Migration Be the Key to Smarter Naval Operations?

DARPA wants to use marine life as “living sensors” in the internet of things network.

This Is the Way Cassini Ends

As the spacecraft prepared to plunge into Saturn, the mission's longest-serving members remembered its years-long journey.

Divisive Anti-Sex Trafficking Bill Gets Senate Hearing

The Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act aims to stop websites that facilitate human trafficking, but many critics say the bill could also curb online free speech.

Federal Trade Commission is Investigating Equifax Breach

The move follows pressure from Congress.