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The Future-Forward Cybersecurity Fix

The U.S. government is playing catch-up on security primarily because it has not been able to keep up with the advances in technology over the last decade.

The fully-integrated GOES-R satellite is shown in a clean room at a Lockheed Martin facility in Littleton, Colorado.

10 Years After Katrina, NOAA Preps for Launch of Powerful New Weather Satellites

The first Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R series will produce “30 times the data at five times the rate and twice the resolution” of the current crop of geostationary satellites.

White House Grievance Portal Gets Upgraded

The White House will now aim to respond within 60 days.

HHS On the Lookout for a Deputy CIO

The deputy CIO will help coordinate the department's cloud strategy, among other responsibilities.

Protesters during a rally against mass surveillance in Washington in 2013.

Obama Administration Dismisses Online Petition Requesting Snowden Pardon

The White House has been responding to "We the People" petitions Tuesday

Census Wants Employees Prepared for Phishing Attacks

The training program is meant to make sure the bureau’s employees are armed with the appropriate knowledge and skill set to defend themselves against future attacks.

TSA posts photos of guns -- like this one found in baggage at McCarran International Airport in early July -- found by agents on Instagram.

TSA's Instagram Account is a Must-Follow

The Transportation Security Administration's stream features grenades, knives and birds stuffed in socks.

Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., has railed against the information-sharing legislation passed out of the Senate Intelligence Committee as a "surveillance bill by another name."

What is in the Justice’s Cybersecurity Memo?

Despite calls for its release, the government will not make public a memo that Sen. Ron Wyden says is crucial to the Senate’s cybersecurity debate.

Does Identity-Theft Protection Really Work?

Victims of data breaches are usually offered identity-theft-protection services, but even the companies that promise to safeguard your identity are far from infallible.

NSA to Purge Mass Surveillance Phone Data Collected

"Analytic access" to those records, which go back five years, will end on November 29, 2015, and they will be destroyed three months later.