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Is FedRAMP Toothless? Rogue Cloud Systems Abound at Agencies, IGs Say

Auditors chalked up the missed deadline, in part, to a leadership vacuum.

How Should the Government Respond to JPMorgan Hack?

If a nation state hacked JPMorgan, that deserves a government response, former top cop said.

Pentagon Needs to Build Cybersecurity into the Acquisition Process

The Defense Department needs to turn its focus to the protection of battlefield systems.

Laura Poitras

Snowden's Closest Confidant Reveals What It Was Like Spilling the NSA's Secrets

“We knew we were going to piss off the most powerful people in the world," Laura Poitras told National Journal.

FBI’s Most Wanted Hackers: A Bingo Buff, Chinese Military Members and a PI for the Brokenhearted

Pulling them from the keyboard likely won’t dent cybercrime, research indicates.

Edward Snowden: Supreme Court Will Strike Down NSA Spying Programs

The former NSA contractor also warned that Apple and Google’s new privacy protections on their mobile devices are not impenetrable.

NASA engineers run tests in August to learn how loud the Space Launch System vehicle will be during liftoff.

The Simple Solution to Hiring Tech-Savvy Talent That Agencies Might be Overlooking

OPM says agencies could be underutilizing authority to boost pay for highly-qualified STEM workers

Why the White House Is Using Emoji

In a report about the status of the nation's millennial population, Washington relied heavily on emojis and graphics, abandoning words almost altogether.

A youth under quarantine sits behind a cordon outside his house in Moyamba town on the outskirts of Freetown, Sierra Leone.

CDC Tracks Cell Phone Location Data to Halt Ebola

Meanwhile, the Pentagon is adapting a WMD surveillance system to map the spread of the disease.