Senior State Department official says cyber is fundamentally different than any sort of conventional military or diplomatic arena, urges ongoing and multilateral development of ‘norms’ in global Internet talks.
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Government tech chiefs see challenges in management and ownership aspects of cloud contracts, while security concerns persist.
The Obama administration pushes to start kids on science and technology education at a young age to elevate the nation’s competitive position socially and economically.
Security executives urge firms not to lose focus on prevention. They advise developing a holistic plan for IT and business units to fight cybersecurity together.
New survey of enterprise leaders highlights concerns over security in new IT architectures as sensitive data moves to cloud, big data and IoT environments.
Federal regulator warns of security and privacy risks in connected cars, calling on manufacturers to partner with white-hat hackers to seek out flaws and vulnerabilities.
In the final budget of the Obama administration, the White House is looking to boost spending on security, hire more experts and partner with the private sector.
NASCIO's federal policy agenda for new year looks to expand resources to secure critical infrastructure, recruit top talent and ease the burden of federal regulations.
Administration officials and lawmakers look ahead to policy changes that would improve EHR usability and interoperability in the coming years.
Government officials stress the need for CIOs to step up IT recruiting and training efforts. They also stress the need to engage more actively with younger workers as they groom the next generation of agency leaders.
Federal IT managers believe that they can breathe new life into a majority of aging applications, but say modernization as an ‘urgent’ priority.
Microsoft CEO Nadella talks of company's role in an ‘ecosystem,’ saying partnerships and top-to-bottom protection and detection critical to battle emerging security threats.
Nearly a year after the sweeping FITARA overhaul took effect, agencies continue to struggle in areas like risk reporting and data center consolidation, but lawmakers acknowledge IT reform is a work in progress.
As the Office of Management and Budget rolls out a framework to help agencies advance their cybersecurity posture, a new report highlights pervasive vulnerabilities from insiders.
White House reaches an agreement with China over cybersecurity as NSA Director Michael Rogers cautions that a formal non-proliferation agreement won't deter emerging threats from non-state actors.