July 27, 2015
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Homeland security officials want to see the likes of Twitter and Facebook do more to report and delete terrorist accounts.
The Office of Management and Budget is requiring agencies to submit Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act self-assessments by Aug. 15. But before then, a volunteer group led by a pair of current and former federal chief information officers wants to help OMB establish guidelines by which it can evaluate agencies' standings.
Senior U.S. intelligence officials acknowledge the United States lacks a deterrence in cyberspace and it's time to get tougher.
A security flaw in Android lets attackers can access to entire devices by sending executing code through MMS messages.
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White House Special Assistant and Cybersecurity Coordinator Howard Schmidt is our FedMentor of the week!
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A new report issued by ThreatTrack outlines CISOs’ struggle to carve out influence in an ambiguously defined role.
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The agency that puts out hundreds of annual crop reports wants to make it easier for people to get to them.
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