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FITARA Analysis: Will CIOs Use Their New Powers for Good?

The fate of IT reform now lies almost squarely on the shoulders of agency chief information officers.

Hackers Pocket Patient Credit Cards, Loiter for Half a Decade at Payment Processor and Exploit BT

Just another week in ThreatWatch, our regularly updated index of noteworthy data breaches.

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Congress Strengthens Homeland Security's Cyber Role with FISMA Reform, Other Bills

A 2002 computer protection law finally gets an upgrade.

Assistant Attorney General Leslie Caldwell

Tech Explosion Makes Cybercrooks Harder to Catch

Are crimes in the cyber realm the only time it's OK to blame the victim?

A 2015 Technology Forecast

Nextgov's Tech Trends 2015 ebook reflects some of 2014’s most impactful trends and areas sure to continue in the year ahead.

FBI headquarters in Washington

Real-Life ‘Criminal Minds’ Team Tries to Root Out Rogue Federal Employees

Researchers say using technology to detect behavioral patterns could help federal managers screen out mischief-makers.

6 Tech Takeaways in the New Spending Bill

From the Pentagon’s cloud efforts to a new $35 million cybersecurity center, read some of key tech takeaways of the bill.

Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft

Microsoft Makes a Big Play to Become Government Cloud Provider

Azure Government is Microsoft’s answer to Amazon Web Services’ GovCloud.

First Intelligence Agency to Host App in Amazon Cloud

The move of the Map of the World application to the C2S environment signals the IC’s intent to revolutionize how it manages IT.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif.

Torture Report: Seized Computers, Not Waterboarding, Thwarted Would-be Bomber

A confiscated computer and the CIA's cyber capabilities -- not waterboarding -- were essential in yielding information.