The Pentagon’s research in the biometrics field has led many to speculate that the purpose is to replace CAC with new technologies.
GSA and the Energy Department are trying to come up with approaches to bring down the ever-growing risk of cyber attacks to technology systems.
NASCIO celebrated 50th anniversary in Nashville with record attendance, revealed annual CIO survey results and elected a new president from North Carolina.
Every year the National Security Agency conducts its Codebreaker Challenge. The exercise aims to encourage students interested in cybersecurity to apply their talents in service of national security.
Homeland Security Department chief information officer John Zandgardi told staff that his last day at the agency is today.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Veterans Benefits Administration, under pressure, reverses an Obama-era policy that resulted in Privacy Act violations.
Lawmakers say they fear cybersecurity mitigation efforts are taking a backseat to the mounting pile of IT modernization initiatives ongoing at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Senators asked VA for a response to foreign information operations targeting veterans as the House held its first hearing on the issue.
The reality is that disinformation is constantly around us, and as the 2020 election ramps up, so too will the disinformation campaigns.
Agencies are looking at putting prospective hires to the test at cyber competitions and building momentum behind efforts to reskill current federal employees.
In today’s Federal Newscast, relocation notices went out to 159 employees at the Bureau of Land Management yesterday.
A consortium of competing suppliers dubbed ‘Oasis’ wants to bring interoperability and data sharing across their products.
An analysis by the Pension Benefits Guaranty Corporation’s IG found the cybersecurity program to be ineffective, but it’s not as bad as it sounds.
Less than a year out from the 2020 election, state and local election security officials are gearing up to defend against cyber threats.
GAO and the Interagency Suspension and Debarment Committee released annual reports highlighting continued decreases in bid protests, by 16%, and in the number of companies suspended or debarred.