To recruit cyber talent, feds must make up elsewhere what jobs lack in pay, survey says
On average, federal agencies pay $7,000 less to their cyber personnel than in other industries, according to the eighth biannual Global Information Security Workforce Study.
Finding feelings: Intelligence agency lines up new tool for rooting out insider threats
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency plans to try software that "looks for emotion" in employees by analyzing text in emails, work chats, social media and more.
Meet the man responsible for teaching some of the NSA’s best young hackers
Carnegie Mellon University is to the NSA what the University of Alabama is to the NFL. And Professor David Brumley is CMU’s Nick Saban.
OMB offers Trump a playbook for continued tech progress in exit memo
Shaun Donovan lays out the technology initiatives he believes the incoming Trump administration and 115th Congress should focus on.
NSA’s top cyber-defender leaves after reorganization
Curtis Dukes, the NSA official who headed up its cyber-defenders, the famed Information Assurance Directorate, has left the agency — a few months after IAD was merged with the offensive, eavesdropping side of the house, the Signals Intelligence Directorate.
Relatively low federal pay comes under fire again as FTC hires a CISO
The Federal Trade Commission is hiring a new chief information security officer to start the new year.