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CIOs: Use the Cloud, or Else?

If you’re responsible for managing your agency’s IT and you haven’t moved applications to the cloud, at least one CIO thinks you should get the ax.

When Are Americans Willing to Share Personal Data? When They Think They're Getting Something in Return

In short, people are making careful risk calculations every time they’re asked to give up personal information, deciding on a case-by-case basis whether the potential tangible benefits make the exchange worth it.

Republican presidential candidate and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush

Jeb Bush: Hold Federal IT Managers Accountable for Government’s Cyber Woes

The massive OPM hack shows the federal civilian government “clearly lags behind,” the Republican presidential candidate said.

FBI Seeks New IT Chief

President Barack Obama recently tasked the agency with beefing up the IT infrastructure behind national background checks for gun purchases.

Phyllis Schneck, DHS deputy undersecretary for cybersecurity and communications

DHS Cyber Czar, Tech Titans Tell Commerce to Rethink Hacking Arms Control

Reached in 2013, the Wassenaar Arrangement bans multinational firms and cyber vendors from transmitting information about "intrusion software" across borders without first obtaining a license.

Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald

Lawmakers Blast $1.3 Billion Price Tag for VA’s ‘Agile’ Paperless Claims System

VA still can’t say how much the system will end up costing.

Does Pentagon Need a Narrow Definition of Cloud?

Ambiguity might actually be best when it comes to cloud -- at least for now, says DISA CTO.

Why NIH Wants to Change Incentives for Researchers

NIH is building a virtual space called “the Commons,” where researchers can share data, software and other virtual tools.

House Committee Presses SBA to Close Cyber Vulnerabilities

More than 30 recommendations for shoring up SBA’s IT security remain unaddressed.

Want to Avoid Another OPM? Spend More, Industry Says

The Department of Homeland Security’s cybersecurity budget – projected at approximately $900 million in the coming fiscal year – is only 75 percent of what two of the nation’s leading banks will spend on cyber in 2016.