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A view of the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center in Arlington, Va.

GAO Sees Room for Improvement in DHS’ Cyber Ops Center

The National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center needs to ensure it's speaking with the full range of critical infrastructure owners, the watchdog says.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Bob Goodlatte, R-Va.

Undermining Encryption Not an Option, House Judiciary Chair Pledges

A bipartisan committee report that urged strong encryption will be the committee’s starting point this year, Rep. Bob Goodlatte said.

Trump: Agency Heads ‘Totally Accountable’ for Modernization, Cybersecurity

Trump canceled his scheduled signing of a cybersecurity-themed executive order with no explanation.

By Lifting Sanctions, Trump Could Hand Russia’s Military a Lethal Technological Advantage

If Trump walks back sanctions, some fear key arms and military technologies could be next.

IARPA Wants Autonomous Fingerprint Tech

The intelligence research arm is offering up cash for cutting-edge ideas on capturing complete fingerprints.

Lawmaker Still Wants Feds to Stop Watching Porn at Work, Plus Other Bills to Watch

Rep. Mark Meadows introduced the Eliminating Pornography from Agencies Act in the 113th and 114th sessions in response to a fed who reportedly watched two to six hours of it a day at work.

What’s Up With the Office of Management and Budget Website?

Currently, the integral agency—a repository for memoranda issued by the executive branch—is without a website.

Obama’s White House Webmaster Says We Should Cut Trump’s Team Some Slack

There’s plenty of reason to believe changes and glitches are just par for the course.

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