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Rep. Tom Graves, R-Ga.

Hack Back Comes Back and Online Privacy Won’t Go Away

Lawmakers take second swipes at hot-button issues.

Artist's conception of the Multi-Object Kill Vehicle deploying to attack an incoming missile.

U.S. Puts Multi-Warhead Interceptor On the Fast Track

Officials won’t say it’s because of North Korea. But experts say Pyongyang’s planned ICBMs will almost certainly release decoys to cloak their nukes.

White House Group Offers Sneak Peek of Health I.T. Goals

The National Science and Technology Council seeks feedback on a health IT framework.

These Senators Want You to Hack DHS

A new bill would create a bug bounty program at the Homeland Security Department similar to programs at the Pentagon and GSA.

U.S. Embassies Lag on Digital Security

One-third of vetted posts weren’t doing routine information security checks.

To Embrace Emerging Tech, Governments Need Supporting Talent, Survey Says

However, hiring is a persistent challenge for public agencies across the globe.

Analysis: The Trouble With Trump’s Uneven Approach to Transparency

By treating ethical guidelines as opt-in, the president is creating all sorts of problems for himself.

How the Interior Department Stopped a Phishing Attack

The phishing attack compromised more than 100 employees' credentials.

Interior Department IT Manager Admits to Credit Card Fraud

The employee had to repay $3,554 in fraudulent charges and received a year’s probation.

Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, May 25, 2017

DHS Secretary Promises Report on Russian Antivirus Use at Agency

Lawmakers have grown increasingly concerned about alleged links between the cybersecurity firm Kaspersky and Russian intelligence.