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Want to Rank Devices’ Cybersecurity? Here’s How to Do it.

An Energy Star system for cybersecurity is complicated, but not impossible, one think tank says.

I Built A Bot With Zero Coding Experience. So Can You.

Deloitte is selling federal agencies on automation and walked me through the process.

A Bug Bounty to Hack Military Bases? It Could Happen.

A Defense Department official wants to find the vulnerabilities hidden in critical infrastructure.

Watchdog: Energy Department Mismanaged Some R&D Investments

The Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer programs need to closer monitor award recipients.

The Secret Ingredients NASA Used to Build Its Huge Photo Library

The repository is the culmination of a 3-year effort to make NASA’s data more open and accessible.

Advice to Trump: Top Cybersecurity Talent Costs Money

The Trump administration should increase pay incentives for cyber workers, an accrediting organization says.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah

House Oversight Chair—And IT Reform Ally—Won't Run for Reelection

Chaffetz was a thorn in the Obama administration’s side, using his oversight powers to review the attacks in Benghazi, Libya, and repeatedly probed Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server.

Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer.

Former Microsoft CEO Opts to Open Government Himself

Ballmer unveiled USAFacts.org, a repository of public-sector financial data.

Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly

Government Needs ‘Heavy Artillery’ for Cyberspace, DHS Chief Says

Plodding bureaucracy could leave government outgunned in cyberspace, Gen. John Kelly said in his first major address as secretary.

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