An analysis of reported data breach incidents shows that human error, not hackers, is the biggest threat to sensitive government data.
Belkin says its the first reader built specifically for use in defense and civilian agencies.
Swamped by a deluge of data, intell analysts need technology that can help them understand a rapidly changing and complex world, a former CIA and NSA director says.
A new zero-day exploit, found on the same server that hosted the recent zero-day for Java, could give attackers user privileges. With no patch yet available, some researchers recommend dumping IE for the time being.
Following last month’s agreement with Adaptive Computing to develop a cloud operating system, In-Q-Tel invests in Huddle’s secure cloud platform.
Exceptional Software is using CipherCloud to securely move its own CRM and e-mail to the cloud, and plans to offer the technology to its defense and intelligence customers for use in private clouds.
A hands-on look at migrating biometrics applications to Amazon's cloud.
A recent survey finds most respondents believe the private sector does not need more government cybersecurity regulations or want NSA or DHS oversight.
A new hosted service uses proprietary algorithms to distinguish between human and non-human behavior in Web traffic, which could help stop DDOS attacks before they get going.
Concerned about being targeted by denial-of-service attacks while hosting the GOP convention, the Hillsborough County, Fla., Sheriff’s Office turned to security-as-a-service.
HID Global has a service that would let users replace ID credentials and tokens with their BlackBerry phones. Could it work in a government enterprise?
A recent nCircle survey shows that compliance, not risk, is still the most common security concern for feds.