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Report: Pentagon Made Fewer than Half of Recommended Cyber Fixes Last Year

There are still 136 unresolved recommendations, a new report summary says.

OPM Finally Begins Notifying Hacked Feds -- Via Snail Mail This Time

The letters will include a unique PIN the victim will need to register for the protections

President Obama signs an executive order on transparency his first day on the job.

Obama Again Found Lacking in Open Government Efforts

Civil society groups call for faster FOIA, tougher policing of email record-keeping.

CIA Director John Brennan

CIA Announces First ‘Digital’ Directorate

The digital office is the first new directorate in more than 50 years.

Could We All Have Cyber Doppelgängers in the Future?

The idea of a world with "mind clones" may not seem so crazy after all.

DARPA Director Arati Prabhakar

Director: DARPA's Cyber Strategy So Far Has Been 'Patch and Pray'

DARPA needs to adopt commercial technology and re-purpose it for military use, Arati Prabhakar said.

State Releases New Batch of Clinton Emails

The approximately 6,000 new messages mostly date from 2010 and 2011.

Director of the National Security Agency Adm. Michael Rogers

Shutdown Threat Lifts but NSA Chief Says Cyber Workforce is Still Fed Up

“The single greatest perturbation has been even the hint of a shutdown,” said Adm. Michael Rogers, who heads both NSA and U.S. Cyber Command.

The Pentagon Used to Hook Everything To The Internet. Now It’s a ‘Big Problem’

The Internet of Things is supposed to make life easier. For the Pentagon, the quintessential early adopter, it has made life much harder

Who’s Really in Charge of Federal Cybersecurity and Is It Time for a White House CISO?

High-profile cyber incidents haven’t led to a grand rethink of the government’s cyber org chart.