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My Bad! Employee Slipups Lead to More Government Hacks Than Cyber Espionage

Often, the accidental breaches were discovered while in the process of dissecting intentional hacks.

Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz

Because of Technology, Future Presidents Might Have to be Groomed from Birth

Increasingly-connected technologies will capture all of our missteps and store them forever, one expert says.

Rep. Jim Langevin, D-R.I.

Committee Fears International Cyber Deal’s Impact on Pentagon

The Pentagon would have to report to Congress on how the Wassenaar Arrangement will impact the Defense Department and its allies.

White House Chief Data Scientist DJ Patil

White House Wants Techies to Delve Into Police Data

The program intends to make police data more transparent to the public.

An explosive ordnance disposal technician provides a mission brief during radiological detection training at undisclosed location in the U.S. Navy's 5th Fleet area of responsibility, Sept. 10, 2013.

IARPA Wants a Hand-Held Laser Gun That Can Detect Chemicals 100 Feet Away

Current technologies for detecting narcotics, explosives and other dangerous chemicals requires physical contact.

Is the Pentagon’s Innovation Unit Too Cozy with Silicon Valley?

Lawmakers are concerned by the "pinpoint focus on one geographic region" in the Defense Department's innovation efforts.

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.