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Can Transparency Be Legislated?

Data is objective, but interpretation is less clean.

How a New Social Network Could Help Close the Cyber Worker Shortage

By this spring, organizers aim to have 10,000 registered users participating on the CyberCompEx site, a partnership of the U.S. Cyber Challenge and Monster.com.

Homeland Security inadvertently released more than 800 pages of information about how to hack energy infrastructure.

How a DHS Document Dump Imperiled U.S. Security

Homeland Security inadvertently released more than 800 pages of information about how to hack energy infrastructure.

The Cyber Threat in 2015: 10 Twists on Hackers’ Old Tricks

From wiper attacks to cyber extortionists, here are some "old faves and new twists" feds should be mindful of.

The Year of the Breach: 10 Federal Agency Data Breaches in 2014

While private-sector cyberincidents stole the spotlight, the feds proved to be a tempting target for hackers as well.

When Will Santa Drop by Your House? Track His Every Movement With NORAD

Thousands of government volunteers will keep tabs on St. Nick.

From FITARA to FISMA Reform: 5 Key Tech Bills Passed by Congress in 2014

When it comes to a few key pieces of technology and cybersecurity legislation, the 113th Congress was surprisingly fruitful.

The Victorious War Museum is a Pyongyang museum.

How Will the U.S. Punish North Korea?

The U.S. has little economic leverage over North Korea without the help of Russia and China, but their support may be difficult to secure.

North Korean soldiers march at the military parade in 2013 in Pyongyang.

North Korea Is Experiencing a Full Internet Blackout

Is this what a “proportional response” to the Sony hack looks like?

Google Reveals Government Attempt to Scrub Alleged Prisoner Abuse

The search giant’s latest transparency reports offers granular detail about the takedown requests it receives from governments around the world.