The GSA May 14 released a list of accredited third-party assessment organizations -- or 3PAOs for short -- that will do initial assessments and test the controls of cloud service providers per FedRAMP requirements.
A conference on secure software development aims to raise the bar for attackers trying to compromise IT systems.
Is it just coincidence that unmanaged and unpatched software continues to be a major security problem?
The Defense Department is expanding a program to share cyber threat information and inviting all of its eligible contractors to take part.
The records, including Social Security numbers and state ID numbers for home care workers and recipients, were lost or stolen while in the mail.
It's a small, easy step to make sure you don't risk losing access to the Internet.
Artemis Internet promises to enforce high standards for organizations in the new domain, and to kick out anyone who slacks on security.
Digital signatures used in the spear-phishing campaign against the natural gas industry are identical to those used in the RSA breach, according to a published report.
The alert that travelers are being targeted through hotel Wi-Fi connections is short on details, but it serves as a reminder that the Internet can be a rough neighborhood.
Employees will use personal mobile devices for work anyway; here are tips on making sure it's done right.
ICANN has notified TLD applicants whose information might have been compromised by a software glitch and is offering full refunds to applicants who want to withdraw.
Verizon and Cellcrypt will offer voice encryption for smart phones and tablets running the Android, BlackBerry and iOS operating systems.
A researcher examining early releases of Microsoft's new operating system says Windows 8 makes it harder to exploit vulnerabilities.
DHS alerts operators that "tightly focused" attacks, ongoing since at least December, have compromised a number of organizations.
The FBI has drafted a proposal that would require social networking, webmail and IM sites, as well as voice-over-IP providers, to make their sites wiretap-ready, and it is asking those companies not to oppose the measure.