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How Trump’s Immigrant Dragnet Might Catch Your Personal Data, Too

A DHS rule change aimed at undocumented immigrants could invade the personal privacy of fare more people than the ones they’re targeting.

IARPA Wants Ways to Protect Nation from Genome Editing

Gene editing could create pest-resistant crops, but it could also create new organisms that threaten humans, according to IARPA.

Trump’s New Chief Digital Officer is Already Gone

Gerrit Lansing made the move to the White House in January after serving as the Republican National Committee’s chief digital officer since 2015.

18F Wants to Change the Rules, Not Break Them, Leader Says

Part of hacking government includes finding policies and regulations that are barriers, Technology Transformation Service Commissioner Rob Cook said.

You Have More Time To Tell Government How To Use Internet of Things

NTIA is extending the deadline for comment on a report it published on connected technology.

U.S. Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis speaks during a media conference at NATO headquarters in Brussels on Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017.

Mattis Wants Pentagon's New Acquisition Roles Defined

The defense secretary is focused on cost effectiveness and efficiency throughout the department.

Expired Security Certificates Locked DHS Employees Out of Network

The agency is checking other expirations to avoid other hiccups, an official said.

Trade Groups: Other Countries Might Mirror DHS' Social Media Vetting For Travelers, And That's a Cyberthreat

DHS Secretary John Kelly's suggestion that foreign travelers may be required to hand over their social media accounts could violate privacy and cybersecurity standards, several trade groups have said.

DHS Advisory Group Approves Data Breach Notification Best Practices

Advisers wanted to ensure the notifications aren’t mistaken for phishing attempts.

Auditor Thrashes 18F for IT Security Vulnerabilities, 18F Staffers Shoot Back

18F staffers say the report confuses security with checking boxes.

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