More than 16,000 citizen "solvers" have taken part as the project reaches challenge No. 201.
Incident response has become an integral part of IT security and NIST offers updated guidelines for handling breaches.
Mobile apps often take liberties with your personal data; this tool lets you know what they're up to.
The attack, which started Aug. 3, started as WikiLeaks was releasing information on an allegedly secret, sophisticated surveillance program.
If your agency delivers information and services through website applications, be ready for plenty of "battle days," according to an Imperva study.
Research could change the game for computing and storage.
A self-service Web portal that lets state agencies in Texas choose cloud services from a marketplace of providers could serve as a model for federal agencies.
Discovery of the state-sponsored (wink, wink) Gauss malware proves once again that, in cyberspace, nothing stays secret for long.
The ransomware can download from a compromised website and freeze a user's computer, demanding that they pay a 'fine.'
Faced with a need to upgrade aging, stovepiped tactical communications networks and reduce costs, DHS is looking for a “game changing approach.”
Officials at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory used Amazon Web Services to stream video and images from the landing, knowing they could shut it down afterward.
Cloud computing, virtualized IT, an information-consuming public and demands from to do more with less are forcing agency IT shops to rethink their approach.
The America's Economy app goes beyond being a window into a database, it provides a stream of important, regularly updated reports accompanied by graphs.
PE Coach app gives PTSD sufferers a central site to track their therapy sessions and more.
The company, a service provider under the GSA’s Networx telecom contract, will phase out 2G mobile service during the next five years to make room on its networks for more advanced services.