The White House on Wednesday announced the names of the members of its Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity.
The White House launched a new open data effort called The Opportunity Project designed to open and expand opportunities at the community level through the use of readily available, user-friendly federal and local data. Through data visualization, civic leaders, community organizations, families and individuals can readily identify "critical resources such as access to jobs, housing, transportation, schools, and other neighborhood amenities." Civic leaders can also readily see where inequality exists in access to resources and take corrective measures.
The White House will reportedly announce a drastic increase in cybersecurity spending today, according to Computerworld.
Amazon spent $9.4 million on lobbying in 2015, a figure that puts it in the company of other big spenders like Microsoft and Facebook.
Would your IT manager become a hacker for $2,000 or less? Maybe.
Beth Cobert, deputy director for management at the Office of Management and Budget, will take over as acting director of the Office of Personnel Management followilng the resignation of Katherine Archuleta.
More than 140 technolocy companies have joined forces in urging President Obama to reject legislation that they say would create "backdoor access" to personal information stored on mobile phones.
Russian hackers who breached the State Department's computer systems were apparently behind a cyberattack on the White House that breached sensitive areas of its unclassified network, according to a report by CNN citing U.S. officials familiar with the investigation.
President Barack Obama's new executive order could mean severe sanctions against foreign hackers, if they can be clearly identified.
The top news stories for March 27, 2015.