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VA Names New IT Security Chief

VA official Brian Burns is stepping into the CISO role.

Two-Thirds of Federal IT Managers Fear a Security Breach from Colleagues

Dell Software survey points to detailed monitoring of privileged users following OPM breach.

The National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center in Arlington, Va

Homeland Security to Fast Track Hiring of up to 1,000 New Cyber Personnel

Legislation approved by Congress last year allows DHS to speed the hiring of cyber experts, to set rates of basic pay, and to provide additional compensation, benefits, incentives and allowances.

ouse Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Rep. Jason Chaffetz R-Utah, right, and the committee's ranking member Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., attend a hearing in June.

Lawmakers Want to Know Which Agencies Use a Controversial Cell-Phone Surveillance Tech

A bipartisan group of representatives asked 24 agencies if and how they use “Stingray” technology.

Feds to Undergo Privacy Training Under OMB’s New IT Guidance

Everyone who touches data must execute best practices to curb risk, advocate says.

NASA Has a Prototype of the Spacesuit Astronauts Will Wear on Mars

The crowdsourced Z-2 is for planetary exploration only, and won't be used in space or on spacecrafts.

IRS Not Keeping Track of Whom It Shares Data With

Many "interconnections" used at the tax agency lack proper authorization or security agreements, according to an audit.

DHS Invests in Wearables That Can Detect Nuclear Threats

The Human Portable Tripwire program intends to outfit DHS personnel with devices that alert wearers when nuclear or radioactive material is nearby.