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Data security threats continue to increase in number and sophistication. We learn more about 'Building an Architecture of Trust' from Don Proctor, senior vice president for cyber security at Cisco.
Billions ordered to be cut across Defense, FBI IT manager convicted in child porn case, NFL's instant replay technology heads off to war
All's fair in the US Cyber Challenge
The Federal Communications Commission wants to find out whether broadband providers are delivering Internet connections that are as fast as advertised. John Horrigan, consumer research director at the FCC, explains.
One the world's largest supercomputers is being used to forecast, in 3D, how BP's massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill will affect coastal areas. Blue Waters Program director Irene Qualters explains how it works.
The Library of Congress and Columbia University are creating a web-based clearinghouse of information about best practices for preserving significant geospatial data. Project manager William LeFurgy gives us a peek.
Defense pay for performance plan gets a thumbs up, Fleet card fraud keeps IGs busy, NASA workers get $15 million grant to find jobs, US Embassy in Iraq missing property worth millions
Bill would require Defense to explore new cybersecurity buys and tools, First governmentwide cyber provider approved
The Justice Department has failed to put together an adequate plan for responding to an attack involving weapons of mass destruction, the inspector general at the agency said Tuesday. Randy Larsen, CEO of the WMD Center, has details.
Don't Ask, Don't Tell and Joint Strike Fighter issues are only the beginnings of the hurdles for the bill. Jodi Schneider, Senior Editor at American Banker, explains.