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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.

The Release of Ashley Madison Hack Data Is Embarrassing – And a Major Security Threat

The basic identifying information from the breach of the site can be used access other systems.

Dr. Albert Einstein writes out an equation for the density of the Milky Way on the blackboard at the Carnegie Institute, Mt. Wilson Observatory headquarters in Pasadena, Calif.

Einstein Explained: Can EINSTEIN Rescue Government Cybersecurity?

DHS' Einstein is a bit less impressive than the human it’s named after, but could nonetheless one day lead to better protection for government networks and data.

An agent checks a bag at O'Hare international Airport in November.

Travelers Can Write Yelp Reviews For the TSA

The crowdsourcing hub is now a place to rate airport security experiences. Here are the best reviews so far.

The Dos and Don'ts of Implementing Innovative Technology

Federal agencies face a whirlwind of distinct challenges when implementing innovative IT, which they have to learn to overcome, says one industry expert.

Nextgov Prime 2015 Keynote Speakers Announced

Cybersecurity and government data leaders to headline daylong event.

State Department Looks to Outfit Workers with 'the Most Contemporary' Mobile Devices

This is no small task considering the agency currently provides 36,000 mobile devices to its employees stationed in almost every country in the world.

IRS Hack Much Larger Than Previously Reported

An internal investigation revealed that the data breach affected 220,000 more taxpayer accounts than was originally estimated.