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Video: Intel Wants to Personalize the Internet of Things

You'll soon be able to connect more with the Internet of Things.

Shadow BYOD Runs Rampant at Federal Agencies

Many federal employees may be ignoring the rules around using personal devices for official work, according to a new poll.

Angela Merkel prepares in a studio before a television appearance  in July.

Germany Charges Own Spy With Treason for Sharing Intelligence with CIA

The spy, arrested last summer, is accused of being paid more than $100,000 by the CIA to snoop on Germany.

House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah

House Oversight Chief Probes OPM Hack Timeline

Rep. Jason Chaffetz is zeroing in on a March 2014 cyberintrusion at the agency, during which hackers made off with what amounted to a blueprint of OPM’s IT systems.

The Government is Watching the Ashley Madison Hack

Thousands of the site’s affair-seeking users registered from .mil and .gov domains — at least ostensibly.

Drone Manufacturer Has Been Flying Spy Missions For Defense Since Early August

The US military has hired General Atomics to fly some missions — just ISR so far, but what about the future?

How to Measure IT’s Strategic Value

CIOs need to create metrics that go beyond server downtime.

Ex-State Employee Allegedly Cyberstalked Hundreds of Coeds from Embassy Computer

Criminal checks into suspect Michael C. Ford later revealed a history of voyeurism.

State Department Still Vague on Who Okayed Clinton Email Set-Up

Variety of possible players hinted at in new court filing.

Manning Is In Trouble For Violating Prison Rules for Magazines, Books

The U.S. soldier convicted of leaking classified information has been found guilty of violating rules for permitted reading material.