Articles about Government : US
Zero Day Weekly: Lenovo's poison Superfish, Netgear vuln, SIM card spying, Obama's encryption follies
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending February 20, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
Head of identity ecosystem initiative helped drive $30 million in pilot project funding
The White House is stacking up on Silicon Valley heavyweights as it wrangles its cyber data and security policies.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending February 13, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
The Obama administration believes new regulations set for foreign companies in China represent a "major barrier" to trade.
Facebook's ThreatExchange, a social platform designed to enable cyberattack data sharing, is the latest example of how companies and government agencies are trying to aggregate intelligence.
Accenture's acquisition aims to improve the firm's analytics, cloud and mobility portfolio for federal clients.
Intuit has already launched an investigation, working both state agencies and third-party security expert Palantir.
A collection of notable security news items for the week ending February 6, 2015. Covers enterprise, controversies, application and mobile security, malware, reports and more.
Scott has more than three decades of experience in the technology industry -- not to mention the role of CIO pops up several times on his resumé.
A Department of Justice decision will make it harder for holders of some standards essential patents to clog up the courts with patent lawsuits.
Google fights WikiLeaks, Aussies are fighting data retention, and FTC issues IoT guidelines [Government IT News]
There's a bit of a fuss in Australia about new data retention regulations, and how it plays out Down Under may have implications for IT across the world. Plus Google, WikiLeaks, FTC, Internet of Things, and data center consolidation. It's been a pretty good week.
Reddit's transparency report reveals that 58 percent of US government requests for user data were accepted in 2014.
Phased migration to the new facility will take 18 months.
California regulator the Department of Business Oversight has refuted claims made by Coinbase that its new bitcoin exchange is regulated.
After a recent trip to Lebanon, CNET's Esther Dyson stresses the importance of being sensitive to local cultures and customs when expanding globally. She tells ZDNet's Dan Farber which companies she thinks are doing a good job and explains what international governments should do to secure U.S. investment.