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Postal Service Lacked ‘Cybersecurity Culture’ Before Hack, Watchdog Says

The agency's outdated technology and tiny cybersecurity staff made it more vulnerable to attack, according to the inspector general's report.

Senators Want to Give DHS New CYBERCOM-Like Powers to Thwart Civilian Agency Hacks

Lawmakers think there is now enough momentum to grant DHS power over government networks.

Don’t Fall for This USAJobs Phishing Scam

The Office of Personnel Management is warning job seekers about email scams purporting to come from the federal government’s jobs site.

Need a Use Case for Cloud? Look to FCC

By the end of 2017, the agency's IT will be nearly 100 percent cloud based if all goes according to plan.

OPM Takes Steps Toward Finding a Contractor to Notify Hack Victims

An information request put out to interested companies indicated a mid-August contract award is the "best case."

The Top 10 Women Cyber Guardians You Should Know About

Here is an unempirical roundup of 10 influential leaders in information security, who happen to be women.

Astronauts Are Broadcasting Bedtime Stories From Space

They're harnessing kids' imagination to bridge the gap between STEM and reading.

Lockheed Martin Could Spin Off Its $6 Billion Government IT Business

"It has become increasingly difficult for us to compete effectively," a spokesperson said.

Security Experts Point to OPM’s Biggest Cybersecurity Failure

A “comprehensive governing policy”for cybersecurity at the agency would have proactively controlled system access and mandated regular patches and upgrades.

Cobert said the cost for each federal entity is not yet known.

OPM to Charge Agencies for Services Offered to Hack Victims

Agencies will have to scramble to find fiscal 2015 funding.