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Government Shutdown? Some Federal IT Systems Would be Unplugged, Websites Go Offline

Federal agencies were ordered to power down nonessential IT systems during the 2013 shutdown.

Agencies Harnessing Data to Make Your Visit to a Government Office More Bearable

Feedback USA is a system of kiosks that allow citizens to rate their experience visiting field offices and other agency locations.

The Top 10 Women Cyber Guardians You Should Know About

A roundup of influential information security leaders to watch.

Does Government Need ‘Hardware-Separated’ Operating Systems?

We need a way to solve the “elevated privileges” dilemma.

Only 1 in 7 of the Pentagon’s Emails is Legit

Out of 700 million emails sent to Pentagon account monthly, about 98 million are actually "good emails,” an official says.

WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 6: Office of Personnel Management (OPM) in Washington, DC on June 6, 2015. OPM manages the civil service of the federal government and recently suffered a security breach.

OPM Says 5 Times More Federal Employees Had Fingerprint Data Stolen in Hack Than First Believed

The number of federal personnel whose fingerprint data was stolen in the hack has increased from approximately 1.1 million people to 5.6 million.

DHS Wants Boeing to Test a Brain Chip in Firm’s Self-Destructing 'Black' Spyphone

The secret sauce of the mobile device is a so-called neuromorphic computer chip that imitates human learning,

HHS Focuses on Flexibility in New Health IT Plan

HHS' final Federal Health IT Strategic Plan leaves room for the unknown, according to health IT chief Karen DeSalvo.

White House Cybersecurity Coordinator Michael Daniel

Some Legacy IT in Government Is so Old, It’s 'Indefensible,’ Official Says

Security remains a “bolt-on” rather than embedded into many IT systems.