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New EU-US Data Privacy Deal Announced

The replacement to Safe Harbor has been hammered out, but how different is it?

Air Force Stands Up Space Mission Force to Counter Russia, China

The service is reorganizing for battle in space, but threats may be progressing faster than fixes.

How Do You Govern Data in the Internet of Everything?

By 2020, more than 200 billion sensors will produce data on everything from human hearts to heavy construction equipment to ocean seafloors.

Ash Carter visits U.S. Cyber Command at Fort George G. Meade, Md. Carter has acknowledged and apologized for his email lapse, but Grassley still has questions.

Now It's Defense Chief Ash Carter's Turn to Explain Use of Personal Email

Warning of hackers, Sen. Grassley demands list of Defense secretary's missives.

The $5B Leidos-Lockheed Deal: Size Still Matters

At first blush, Leidos’ acquisition might seem counterintuitive to what many experts believe is a changing IT market.

The NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in 2009 under snow and ice.

Snowed in at NASA, Keeping Watch Over a Space Colossus

Time is running out on the agency’s most ambitious science mission in generations, and that means no stopping for anything—not even a historic blizzard.

Can this Stanford Professor Turn the Pentagon into a Lean Startup?

Steve Blank is part of a team teaching a class called "Hacking for Defense" at Stanford University’s engineering school.

 Scott Kelly conducts a spacewalk outside the International Space Station in November.

NASA is Now Giving Behind-the-Scenes Tours to a Few Social Media Superfans

What the space agency lacks in federal money, it makes up for in buzz.

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson discusses the updates to the National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS), Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2015, at the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) National Response Coordination Center in Washington.

DHS Chief Defends $6 Billion Federal Firewall after Stinging Audit

"The EINSTEIN system is not a silver bullet," said Jeh Johnson. "It does not stop all attacks, nor is it intended to do so. It is part of a broader array of defenses."

Watchdog: Agencies Need More Guidance Before They Can Implement DATA Act

"Agencies run the risk of reporting data that cannot be aggregated governmentwide," according to GAO.