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You Can Now Buy a USB Stick That Destroys Any Computer

The gadget will "instantly and permanently disable" any device it plugs into, says the manufacturer.

GSA Official: Federal IT Modernization Will Happen With or Without Legislation

Even if Congress doesn't pass a meaningful law, agencies must respond to a crisis U.S. Chief Information Officer Tony Scott has labeled worse than Y2K.

18F To Agencies: Think Before Creating a Citizen Login System

The group is also overseeing the production of

White House Names First Chief Information Security Officer

The White House selected Gregory Touhill, a retired Air Force general, for the new role.

Following Bid Protest, DISA Re-Releases $17.5B Contract

Encore III earned ire from industry groups earlier this year because it sought “lowest price, technically acceptable” solutions for potentially complex services.

2 of 'Crackas With Attitude' Arrested for Hacking into Senior Officials' Accounts

The hackers allegedly used social engineering techniques and impersonated victims to gain access to senior U.S. government officials, their families, and several U.S. government computer systems.

Senator to Twitter: Help Us Fend Off Russian Spambots

A top Democrat on the homeland security committee today wrote a letter to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.

Colin Powell Advised Hillary Clinton on How to Skirt Email Security as Secretary of State

"I even used it to do business with some foreign leaders and some of the senior folks in the Department on their personal email accounts."

An MQ-9 Reaper sits in a hangar prior to having the wings put on at Holloman Air Force Base in 2015.

A New AI Learns Through Observation Alone: What That Means for Drone Surveillance

The military spends hundreds of man hours on intelligence collection and image analysis. Drones that could learn about human behavior with less human guidance could cut that time considerably.

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Report: Government Mobility Spending Lags Behind Private Sector

Agencies are held back by security concerns, an IDC analyst said.

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