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Survey: People Want to Know About Government Data Breaches ‘In Real Time’

Millennials, however, were least concerned with the government's cybersecurity practices, according to the survey.

State Releases Another Trove of Hillary Clinton Emails

The sixth such release, of more than 7,000 pages, includes references to Lady Gaga, Ben Affleck, monkey butts, and emojis.

How the Federal Government Is Attempting to Protect the Internet of Things

Federal attempts to protect the network of devices and sensors -- for consumers and agencies -- are gradually building.

Say What? Even the Experts Disagree on Cyber Terminology

While mixing up cyber terminology may seem harmless, doing so could have real-world consequences.

Office of Management and Budget Director Shaun Donovan

White House Issues Governmentwide Cyber Action Plan

The new guidance aims to protect the most high-value information assets the federal government holds.

The Biggest Cyber Breaches of 2015 (So Far)

Thousands of hacks and data breaches occur every day, though many don’t make the headlines.

An employee in the software development department of DraftKings, a daily fantasy sports company, walks past screens displaying the company's online system stats in Boston in September.

Daily-Fantasy-Sports Operator Says Federal Regulation is Necessary

As investigators press industry, FanDuel CEO opens the door for government rules. in 2013.

Obamacare Enrollment Is About to Open Again, and Not Many Know It

Latest Kaiser poll shows obstacle to getting more Americans on health exchanges.

No STEM Training? You Can Still be a Defense Cyber Intel Analyst

The Defense Intelligence Agency's cyber teams have room for "soft skills" and STEM training.