U.S. President Joe Biden has reportedly invited multiple big tech companies to the White House, purportedly to discuss cybersecurity matters. The meeting will apparently take place tomorrow.
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Microsoft has explained how it is working with the National Institute of Standards and Technologies (NIST) to drive the adoption of Zero Trust models under a recent Presidential Executive Order.
White House economic advisor, Larry Kudlow, has stated that TikTok could start operating as an American firm to avoid running into problems with the current U.S. administration with its trade war.
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence has rubbished the Attorney General's idea that the U.S. could buy a controlling stake in Nokia and Ericsson to make them more competitive against Huawei.
Yesterday, US President Donald Trump stated that Huawei could now purchase products from US suppliers again. However, it has now been clarified that this doesn't apply to all goods as of yet.
An early-stage draft order is said to be under consideration by the White House as part of the government's effort to look into potential antitrust violations by Google and Facebook, among others.
In a rare move by a sitting President of the United States, Donald J. Trump blocked the takeover of Qualcomm by Broadcom after expressing concerns over the national security of the country.
Rob Joyce, head of cybersecurity at the White House, has cast doubt on the possibility of bitcoin regulation in the near term. The White House is still weighing up the benefits and risks of bitcoin.
According to a report from Politico, White House Chief of Staff John Kelly's personal phone has been compromised for months. The digital attack came to light after Kelly complained about glitches.
John Kelly has stated his commitment to analyzing social media accounts and the browsing history of potential visitors to the United States. The news builds on the White House's prior announcement.
White House policy director Stephen Miller said officials are 'discussing the possibility' of requiring foreign visitors to disclose their social media activity, web history, and phone contacts.
In an effort to improve access to White House press briefings, the Trump Administration announced the addition of four "Skype seats" for reporters not located in or near the US capital.
The US administration's representatives are trying to get tech companies, like Microsoft, Apple and Twitter to go along with plans to fight ISIS and other terrorist groups that have a presence online.
A recent White House email hack has been linked by investigators to a previous security breach at the State Department. The attackers are being linked to Russia but the investigation is ongoing.
The chief technology officer of the United States, Megan J. Smith, is working hard to bring her experience from Silicon Valley into the White House, and finally making some long needed changes.
The White House gives a very encouraging response to a petition regarding Net Neutrality, emphasizing the importance of a free and neutral Internet.
Edward Snowden's NSA leaks have been the source of much consternation for companies like Google and Facebook; now, they're working with the White House in an attempt to provide greater transparency.
The White House has formally responded to a petition requesting that the United States government begin construction on a Death Star. The response shows that some in politics have a sense of humor.
Microsoft, Google and others have agreed to abide by the Obama Administration's new Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights which, among other things, will keep companies from tracking people's web surfing.
A new YouTube video from the official White House web site shows a PC in the background running Windows XP, which might indicate that the White House still hasn't updated its PCs to Windows 7.
Several of South Korea's biggest websites and organisations have been victims of a huge cyber attack, taking down many of them, and leaving others with access issues. The attack also targeted several American organisations some...
In a press release today, President Obama named Vivek Kundra Federal Chief Information Officer (CIO) at the White House, where he will work closely with the Chief Technical Officer to "advance the President's technology agenda"....