Microsoft released an "important" patch to address an information disclosure security vulnerability associated with ASP.NET systems.
The Agriculture Department is updating its security tools with the aid of industry partners.
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The Army's Operational Data Collection and Analysis program monitors Army networks, detecting for problems that could bring down critical network connectivity.
The FBI is starting an effort to enahnce privacy and security safeguards for its networks.
TechAmerica, a nonprofit advocacy group, released an employment report today showing an increase in tech-related job hiring for the first half of 2010.
In a video posted to YouTube on Sunday, a hacker by the name of "Iraq resistence" has taken credit for the "Here You Have" e-mail virus and has stated the worm has "affected NASA, Coca-Cola, Google and most American [companies]."
For the second month in a row, Microsoft will be rolling out a heavier than usual patch load of nine.
SAP spokesman disputes characterization of agencies' removing SAP products in favor of a rival.
Microsoft calls Windows 7 its "fastest selling" operating system, but the new OS may represent increased costs and greater logistical pain for IT shops over the next two years.
Microsoft on Friday issued an update of its Security Compliance Manager tool, which helps IT pros set security policies for some Microsoft software.
Government and industry need to do a better job of sharing information about cybersecurity threats to U.S. critical infrastructure, according to the Government Accountability Office.