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After White House Hack, State Incidentally Offered Spearphishing Training

For months, State has struggled to squelch suspicious activity on its networks.

The Cyber Expert Who Doesn't Think the Sky is Falling: Q&A with Kaspersky Lab's Adam Firestone

Kaspersky Lab's Adam Firestone wants you to handle the cyber landscape like you would handle navigating the ocean.

Competition for Tech Talent Heats Up with Clinton's Google Hire

In preparation for her presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton has recruited Google exec Stephanie Hannon as her CTO, according to a Washington Post article on Wednesday.

Can These 40 People Fix Federal IT in 6 Months?

Federal Chief Information Officer Tony Scott on Thursday officially launched the IT Solutions Challenge at the White House.

First Draft Big Data Framework Seeks to Tackle the Big Questions First

It's part of NIST's efforts to standardize global conversations about big data.

Why Some Agencies Need to Be More Smartphone-Friendly

About 40 percent of smartphone-toting Americans have used their devices to look up government and services.

Soldiers utilize DCGS-A, operations center at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. during the Tactical Cloud Integration Lab in an effort to expedite cloud computing technologies to the Soldier.

Army Turns to IBM’s Hybrid Cloud to Take on Logistics Challenges

The Army has secured the hybrid cloud computing services of IBM to bolster services provided by its Logistics Support Activity.

Protestors rally in support of Edward Snowden in 2013.

Edward Snowden Unwittingly Killed Justice's Mass-Surveillance Program

By exposing the NSA’s spying regime, the former contractor forced the department to shut down a separate phone-surveillance operation.

The National Security Administration campus in Fort Meade, Md.

Foreign Tech Firms Seemingly Unfazed By NSA Surveillance Revelations

Still, 90 percent took steps to encrypt their data, protecting it from government observation or intelligence gathering.

Do Law Enforcement Agencies Need to Step Up Their Tech Game?

A new study examined the tools at the disposal of some 18,000 law enforcement agencies across the U.S. -- and the emerging tech they need to do their jobs better.