The National Archives and Records Administration has used quantitative data to establish outlines of eight key customer composites that the staff will use to inform decision-making and project prioritization when developing digital properties.
A report from the Department of Energys Office of Inspector General looks at an unauthorized red team exercise conducted by the Office of Cyber Assessments that disguised data-collection devices as charging stations and showed how easy it was to gather intel in a non-federal facility.
A new survey from cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab and Business Advantage looks at the observed and perceived threats impacting the cybersecurity of critical industrial systems, as well as the challenges organizations face to mitigate financial and material damages.
Promoting transparency as integral to government reform, the Cause of Action Institute has filed a Freedom of Information act request to compel the Office of Management and Budget to release all public comments submitted on President Trump’s executive order regarding a reorganization of the executive branch.
An audit of consumer protection, security and privacy protection practices by the Online Trust Alliance, a trade organization promoting Internet development, found some consumer-facing federal websites qualify for the 2017 honor roll, but many need security discipline, user-centric privacy principles.
A special report by the Department of Homeland Security looks at lessons learned from past Customs and Border Protection initiatives in the hopes of avoiding similar roadblocks while fulfilling President Trump’s executive order to secure the country’s southern border.
A construction company based in Cairo, Egypt, has settled allegations that it violated the False Claims Act and Foreign Assistance Act as an ineligible, concealed partner in a joint venture that secured U.S. Agency for International Development-funded contracts.