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A view of the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center in Arlington, Va., Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2015.

Nationwide ‘Suspicious Activity’ Files Now Document Sketchy Online Activity

The post-9/11 counterterrorism surveillance program is now collecting reports of suspicious activity across the Internet.

‘Inconsistent’ Scores Mar Annual Cyber Report Card, GAO Says

IG inspections of agencies’ cybersecurity practices may not tell the whole story.

18F and USDS Want to Eliminate Federal Website 'Snowflakes'

A new step-by-step guide aims to help agencies revamp their website so the public can get a consistent experience across all government platforms.

John McCain: Pentagon’s Lack of Cyber Policy Is Illegal

Senators pressed Defense and intelligence officials on rules of war for cyberspace at a Tuesday hearing.

NASA Names New CIO

Renee Wynn began her term as NASA's new CIO after more than two decades working for the Environmental Protection Agency.

Edward Snowden Now on Twitter

His bio states he "used to work for the government."

USDA Forest Service Maps the 'Wildland-Urban Interface,' or Areas Most Vulnerable to Wildfire

The agency has plotted where human development comes dangerously close to nature.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton

NSA Chief: Clinton’s Private Email Server an Intelligence ‘Opportunity’

Rogers was responding to a hypothetical question from Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s controversial use of a “homebrew” private email system.

Is the Federal Government Losing Your Personal Information? Reps Say To Keep It To Yourself

A bill introduced this month would truncate Social Security numbers on common tax forms.

DARPA Looking for Tech to Protect the 'Internet of Things'

The program's goal is to detect attackers on the Internet of Things by monitoring electronic devices' emissions.