Bill would turn government’s vulnerabilities equities process into law
There’s a bill in the works that would codify the U.S. government’s vulnerabilities equities process into law.
What Trump’s budget blueprint says about federal IT
President Donald Trump's initial budget proposal, while short, doesn't leave out technology's role in federal government operations and management.
Good signs for federal IT under Trump, Rep. Will Hurd says
The Trump administration's transition teams are asking "all the questions" that the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee has been asking for the last two years around IT, the chairman of a key House subcommittee said in an interview with FedScoop.
Proposed ‘hacking back’ bill is gaining traction, lawmaker says
Rep. Tom Graves, R-Ga., recently proposed a bill that would allow companies victimized by cyber attacks to take “active cyber defense measures” is now gaining bipartisan support, according to the congressman.
White House announces new top adviser for tech and cybersecurity policy
The head of the National Economic Council announced staff appointments Monday, including a special assistant to the president for Technology, Telecom and Cybersecurity Policy.
NSA director wants to make it easier to use offensive cyber techniques
The head of the NSA and U.S. Cyber Command wants to see if in five to 10 years, offensive cyber operations can be fully integrated into the military's "operational tactical level."