NASA is trying to figure out just how annoying drone noise is
The study found a "lack of parity" between how people respond to drone noise versus delivery truck noise.
18F is looking for crowdsourced penetration testing systems to hit login.gov
"The system is expected to be widely targeted by attackers," a GSA source sought notice says, and so 18F aims to identify pen-testers with proven ability.
Lawmaker pushes DHS to adopt secure email authentication protocol
Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., sent a letter to Department of Homeland Security acting Deputy Undersecretary of Cybersecurity Jeanette Manfra urging for the adoption of Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance.
State Department’s Painter leaving
The State Department’s lead cyber diplomat for the past six years, Chris Painter, is leaving at the end of this month.
GAO urges commercial motor agency to re-strategize its IT modernization
A new GAO report found delayed IT modernization efforts at the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
FTC aide Neil Alan Chilson appointed as agency’s acting chief technologist
Chilson was most recently an attorney advisor to the FTC chair.