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Why are Government Contractors Cutting Their Cybersecurity Budgets?

The majority of large firms also decreased their overall IT spending, the survey showed.

New OPM Director Promises to Improve Response to Data Breach

White House CIO says long term solution will require investing in new technology.

Machine-Only Hacking Competition Produces 7 Finalists

The lucky few emerged after a full day's worth of a rapid-fire game of capture the flag.

Yes, There Will Be a Federal Spending Spree This Fall

Expect another end-of-fiscal-year surge, especially in IT contracting.

DOD CIO Terry Halvorsen

Pentagon’s Bring-Your-Own-Device Project on Hold Until Fall

The pilot project will include some 10,000 users.

Your Data Is Compromised. (Yes, Yours.) What Now?

"Everybody's data is at risk and vulnerable, and has probably been compromised multiple times, if they're an adult," says data breach expert.

House Panel Dents Budget for Cyber Tool That Scoped out OPM Breaches

Citing proposed pay raise costs and concerns about contracts for the EINSTEIN tool, lawmakers pass $5 million reduction.

Q&A: The Case for Crowdsourcing War Games

Washington-based consulting firm WikiStrat is polling its a network of 2,000 experts for war game simulations.

How Much Damage Can Hackers Do With a Million Fingerprints From the OPM Data Breach?

The pilfering of 1.1 million fingerprints is “probably the biggest counterintelligence threat in my lifetime,” one former NSA official said.

Defending the Digital Consumer

FTC Commissioner Julie Brill prepares for the day there is no Internet.