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Chinese, Others Hack Interior Data 19 Times

The incidents are unrelated to a previously disclosed assault on Interior networks connected to Office of Personnel Management systems, the agency says.

Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz speaks at a signing ceremony for a memorandum of agreement to establish the Manhattan Project National Historic Park, Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2015, at the Interior Department in Washington.

Energy Invests $125 million in Green Tech Projects

Days before COP21 in Paris, Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz is emphasizing the department's commitment to "innovation."

Hurricane Katrina flooded New Orleans in 2005.

Can the U.S. Military Construct a Disaster-Resilient City?

Cities are incredibly complex, and break in complicated ways. Understanding that complexity will be key to mitigating tomorrow’s disasters.

Next Step in DOD-VA Health Records Sharing: Doctors’ Scribbles and Other ‘Unstructured’ Data

One of the most important aspects of DOD’s future electronic health records system is its ability to pull in and display unstructured data in raw text from electronic health records.

Achieving Joined-Up Government

Digital strategies to fix fragmented public services.

State Department Tech Chief Not Plugged Into Cybersecurity at Bureaus

System operators can plug in rogue devices to the department's network without the chief information officer's knowledge, a watchdog report found.

National Science Foundation, Agriculture Release CIO-Boosting FITARA Plans

All agencies must publicly post their plans by Dec. 31.

VA Rolls Out 'Innovators Networks' at 8 Sites

The new program aims to get employees to test out new ideas.

A man hails a taxi in front of the Westin New York hotel, a Starwood property.

Hackers Stay 8 Months at Starwood Hotels, Spy on Kentucky Hospital; IT Worker Accidentally Doxxes 6M Georgia Residents

Just another week in ThreatWatch, our regularly updated index of noteworthy data breaches.