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Former NSA Contractor Admits to Stealing Confidential Documents

Harold Martin III pleaded guilty to one of 20 counts of willful retention of national defense information.

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai

How the Battle for Net Neutrality Will Continue in 2018

Proponents of net neutrality are pursuing several different paths to prevent internet service providers from tampering with website access.

Data Breach Affected More Than 240,000 Homeland Security Workers, IG Confirms

The breach also affected non-DHS employees who communicated with the department’s inspector general.

GSA’s $50 Billion IT Contract Delayed Again

A pair of companies is challenging General Services Administration’s Alliant 2 contract vehicle in court.

Now It's Industry's Turn to Come Up with Botnet Fighting Ideas

A Commerce Department center is seeking partners to make internet-connected devices more secure.

A Customs Computer Outage Strands Thousands in Airports, Again

It’s not the first time a Customs and Border Protection system caused headaches for holiday travelers.

A firefighter walks near the North Umpqua River in Oregon in September.

To Manage Disaster Data, Use ‘Fog’ of the Cloud

Cell phones, drones, and security cameras generate tons of data during disasters. A new approach splits its processing between the cloud and its "fog."

Pay Changes and Other Things You Missed Over the Holidays

Here’s what you need to know to catch up.

House Passes Trio of Bills to Bolster STEM Workforce

The bills aim to boost women, veterans and others under-represented in tech fields.

Dear DHS, Our Federal Cybersecurity Measures Are Not Enough

Agencies need to aim for the gold-standard in encryption.