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Money Talks in Agency Cybersecurity, Former DOD Official Says

To prioritize cybersecurity, get buy-in from the top and budget authority, says a former DOD undersecretary.

Government Isn't Sharing Cyber Threats As Promised, Private Sector Says

Classification regimes make it difficult for cyber firms to share threat information with clients and aid adversaries, industry officials say.

Over a Third of Dot-Govs Fail Mobile Device Speed Tests

A recent study found 92 percent of sites fail at least one metric related to load time, security, mobile friendliness and accessibility.

No Quick Fixes for Small Business Cybersecurity

Small businesses are being pummeled by cyberattacks, but witnesses split on possible fixes during a House committee hearing.

Some Alleged CIA Hacking Tools—Like Apps That Turn Smart TVs into Spies—Do Exist

A more unsettling issue may be why the CIA couldn’t protect its own data in the first place.

Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va

House Bill Aims for ‘Race to the Top’ in Election Security

The grant money would be provided on a competitive basis for innovative ideas.

CIA Silent as Wikileaks Claims to Publish Thousands of Agency Files

The group says the 8,000-plus files detail the existence and function of key hacking tools.

This image shows lightning data captured on February 14, 2017 over the course of an hour and displayed over an image of the Western Hemisphere from the Advanced Baseline Imager on GOES-16.

Meet the Satellite in Space that Maps and Predicts Lightning

The agency's next-gen satellite is taking some awesome pictures as it tests its instruments.

Trump Team is Floating Cyber Executive Order to Industry

Cyber watchers urge Trump to hold officials accountable for cyber lapses, but to be clear what accountability means.

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