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Post-OPM Hack, An Opportunity to Retool Encryption

Redefining encryption in a more holistic manner can be done with the proper technologies and policies in place – even for something as old as a COBOL legacy.

The R5 Valkyrie robot might be the one.

The First Step on Mars Won’t Be Made By Humans, But By Robots

The space agency wants to use its R5 Valkyrie robot.

FCC Gives IBM Green Light to Operate New Cloud Services

FCC’s work with IBM plays an integral role in the agency’s modernization effort.

Assistant Secretary of Office of Cybersecurity and Communications National Protection and Programs Directorate at the Department of Homeland Security Andy Ozment

Committee Grills DHS Official over EINSTEIN's Failure to Prevent OPM Attack

Representatives asked about EINSTEIN, an intrusion detection system, and why the hack occurred with this system in place.

Video: The US Army's New Hoverbike

The military is taking a page from the Jetsons.

Pentagon Moves Ahead with Plan Allowing Personnel to Access Classified Info from Mobile Devices

The new mobile classified capability is one piece of the Pentagon’s Joint Information Environment plan.

State Department Visa System on the Mend After 2-Week Glitch

After a hardware problem stalled the Bureau of Consular Affairs' visa system, two-thirds of its posts are now able to issue visas, according to a press briefing Tuesday.

Senators Urge GAO to Study Internet of Things

Legislators asked the congressional watchdog to assess how the government could benefit from greater connectivity, and the associated challenges.

Katherine Archuleta, director, Office of Personnel Management

How Hackers Unlocked OPM Systems and 6 Other Things We Learned about the Breach

Agency chief wants you to know she is angry about the data breach and ID theft protection customer service.

How Can the Internet of Things Fight Fires?

Firefighters might have embedded sensors in their protective suits, alerting them about external temperatures and chemicals.