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The bill would put the power of law behind the Trump administration’s vulnerability transparency pledge.
The company reaffirmed it's somewhat unclear terms of service.
Welcome to 2018. It’s been an apocalyptic start to the new year.
Former officials say the ban could trade a marginal security improvement for a much tougher working environment.
The body struggled to compile concrete evidence of widespread voter fraud, wracking up lawsuits over voter suppression in the process.
The proposal could drastically impact the IT business.
The Kaspersky ban, WannaCry and big changes at State Department topped the news cycle.
It's the next step in the White House's plan to update government tech.
The message on the website says it will return in January with responses to the petitions that merit it.
The new site is designed to match private sector quality, a senior administration official says.
The IT modernization report also urges moving cybersecurity closer to federal employees.
The first center of excellence will be a partnership between the Agriculture Department, White House, General Services Administration and industry.
The far-reaching plan pushes agencies to adopt cloud and shared services.
The administration will publish an annual report on how it decides whether to hoard or disclose newfound cyber vulnerabilities.
The vacant tech and cyber jobs are not among those Trump plans to leave vacant to starve bureaucracy, Cybersecurity Coordinator Rob Joyce said.
Talking about personal devices takes attention away from the arguably greater threat posed by unsecured government-issued mobile devices.
The strategy will be based on the main elements of the president’s May executive order.
Acting Federal Chief Information Security Officer Grant Schneider pushed for tools that are easy to use but can share threat info in real time.
White House tech teams are going to more public tech events not only to network but also to demonstrate the value of open data projects.
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