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NIST Must Audit Federal Cybersecurity Because DHS Isn’t, Hill Staffer Says

The House Science Committee forwarded legislation requiring the government’s cyber standards agency to conduct audits as well.

Is Trump Eliminating the White House Science and Tech Office?

The administration appears to be whittling down the science and technology staff—or at least, not building it up.

 HH-60 Pavehawk from the 303rd Expeditionary Rescue Squadron, performs a night-time Helicopter Air-to-Air Refuel (HAAR) with a C-130 Hercules from the 82nd Expeditionary Rescue Squadron during a night training flight over Djibouti, Africa, March 20, 2017.

Why You Can’t Shoot Terrorists With Lasers, Yet

Military leaders are eager to have the precision of a directed-energy weapon — yet plenty of legal and practical obstacles remain.

CBP Asks: What If There is a Perfect Dog for the Job?

Real-time data can help DHS understand canines.

OPM Pays Too Much Protecting Breach Victims from Identity Theft, Watchdog Says

Congress required OPM to provide identity theft insurance up to $5 million, but claims rarely exceed a few thousand, GAO says.

Rembrandt Peale's official portrait of Thomas Jefferson.

The Founding Fathers Encrypted Secret Messages, Too

Centuries before cybersecurity, statesmen around the world communicated with their own elaborate codes and ciphers.

Trump Team Seems to Stay the Course With the Last Administration’s Cyber Efforts

Two recent moves suggest the Trump White House isn’t seeking a sea change in international cyber policy.

FEC and 18F Team Up to Save Agency $1.2M

The commission's new website, hosted by, will reduce spend on internal systems.

AT&T Scores $6.5B Contract to Build Nation's First Public Safety Broadband Network

The company will spend about $40 billion on building, deploying and operating the network.

NIST Cyber Framework for Federal Agencies Coming Soon

The guidance is expected in the next two months or so, a NIST official said.

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