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Cybersecurity Experts: Sharing Intel Best Way to Thwart Hackers

Senate Homeland Security panel makes bill to aid businesses a priority.

Closing the Cyber Talent Gap

At a time when intelligence officials say cybersecurity now trumps terrorism as the No. 1 threat to the United States, and with 50 percent of the Department of Defense's (DoD) technical workforce nearing retirement, the need for cyber talent has never been more urgent. Show More Summary

Rosengren Says Fed Has Big Role to Play in Cybersecurity

The Federal Reserve has an important role to play in ensuring the nation's financial system is resilient against cyberattacks, Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren said.

In Communications, Privacy And Security Are Illusions

President Obama has tried for three years to persuade Congress to pass a cybersecurity bill. The president went so far as to highlight his cybersecurity proposals to a prime-time audience during his recent State of the Union address. And in the wake of the massive Sony hack, the political climate may finally have shifted in his favor. Read More

January 29 roundup

Bi-counsel-ar? “Lawyer Defending Congressman’s Wife in Bigamy Case Accuses Client of Having a Second Lawyer” [Slate] “Why tort liability for data breaches won’t improve cybersecurity” [Stewart Baker] Pennsylvania passes a new gun law,...Show More Summary

China accused of protectionism through new cybersecurity rules aimed at western tech companies

The NY Times reports that the Chinese government has adopted a set of supposed cybersecurity regulations on western companies selling technology to banks. These requirements are so absurd that it would be impossible for companies like Apple to comply. Show More Summary

Cyber Security Myths Small Businesses Need to Know About

I’m teaming up with Norton to help small businesses resolve to be better about their cybersecurity in 2015. Experts have repeatedly cautioned businesses of all sizes against the dangers of leaving data unprotected, leading to tightened security measures across the country. Show More Summary

Energy Data Privacy Risks: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You

Wednesday is Data Privacy Day in the USA, and it should receive heightened awareness after the recent Sony Pictures cyberattack. While media attention focused on cybersecurity weaknesses, privacy is the natural consequence of good cybersecurity. Security is a strategy that ensures a privacy outcome. read more

Verizon Phones Raise New Privacy Fears

Verizon phones can apparently track you, even if you try to stop them. This month a Stanford University lawyer confirmed on his blog what cybersecurity experts have warned for a while : You can delete cookies on Verizon phones, but the company's so-called "supercookies" remain, allowing advertisers to target you anyway,...

Capital Journal Roundtable Video: Obama’s State of the Union; Bipartisan Cybersecurity Agreement?

On Capital Journal Roundtable, WSJ's Jerry Seib, Carol E. Lee, Kristina Peterson and Damian Paletta discuss the strategy behind President Obama's bold proposals in his State of the Union address, reaction from Republicans to the address, and whether cybersecurity threats could bring the parties together.

NY Attorney General Proposes Not Terrible Cybersecurity Legislation

Most people are clueless about cybersecurity. Apparently that list doesn't include Eric Schneiderman.

Peerio: Simple Encryption for the Masses

Cybersecurity often appears too dense for the average consumer to understand, which can create a divide between security haves and have nots. In an attempt to address the divide, Nadim Kobeissi — the creator of Cryptocat— has created...Show More Summary

Who should be held accountable for risk management and cybersecurity in healthcare institutions?

I’ve been involved in building many life-critical and mission-critical products over the last 25 years and have found that, finally, cybersecurity is getting the kind of attention it deserves. We’re slowly and steadily moving from “HIPAA Compliance” silliness into a more mature and disciplined professional… Read More

Secure your data and online activity with NordVPN plus more cybersecurity deals [Deals]

Internet security has recently been a topic of much discussion, and for good reason. There have been numerous cases in the last year where hackers have caused huge problems for individuals and major corporations all over the western world that robbed people … Read more ›

The Fatal Flaws of Obama's Cybersecurity Plan

The legislation the president pushed Congress to pass in his State of the Union address is well-meaning, but unlikely to be as effective as it sounds.

Smart keyboard cleans and powers itself, and can tell who you are

In a novel twist in cybersecurity, scientists have developed a self-cleaning, self-powered smart keyboard that can identify computer users by the way they type. The device could help prevent unauthorized users from gaining direct access to computers.

Defense contractors see opportunity in cybersecurity sector

After a year that saw destructive cyberattacks on major U.S. companies, President Obama's call to stiffen America's digital defenses could help bolster the bottom lines of top defense and aerospace contractors facing cutbacks in Pentagon spending.

NY Attorney General Proposes Not Terrible Cybersecurity Legislation

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The state of New York wants to get in on all the cybersecurity fun the kids legislators and intelligence officials are talking about these days. New York Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman has announced his plan to introduce cybersecurity legislation this year, putting the state in the position to regulate data security and its citizens' privacy. Show More Summary

New York Banks Face New Cybersecurity Exam Process

Adding to the banks’ compliance obligations, effective immediately, banks chartered or licensed in New York will now face an updated cybersecurity examination process, Superintendent of the Department of Financial Services (DFS) Benjamin M. Lawsky announced in a memorandum.

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