The UK government is bringing together 50 university students to tackle cybersecurity issues.
Cyber-this and cyber-that. That's all the government wants to talk about. The NSA, which has always yearned for a larger slice of the cybersecurity pie, is pushing legislators to grant it permission to go all-out on the offensive to protect foreign-owned movie studios the USofA from hackers. Show More Summary
Over the last month, privacy advocates have slammed the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act, arguing that it’s surveillance legislation hidden in a security bill’s clothing. But those protests didn’t stop a Senate committee from passing the bill by a vote of 14-1. Show More Summary
FINRA offered its own insights into what it expects from firms’ cybersecurity risk management practices:
Many cybersecurity companies are racing to create the most innovative technology to track, watch, and hopefully prevent cyber attacks. A recently launched company, however, is taking more of an old school approach to protecting data and ensuring the safety of computer networks. Show More Summary
By Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives Intelligence Committee voted unanimously on Thursday to advance a long-awaited bill that would make it easier for companies to share information about cybersecurity threats with the government without the fear of lawsuits. Show More Summary
The hacking of Sony Pictures’ computer files, apparently in revenge for a movie about a zany plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, marks a new chapter in the saga of cybersecurity, cybercrime, and cyberwarfare. MostShow More Summary
FireEye and founder Ashar Aziz are stealthily making a killing in the new cyberwars.
Palo Alto Networks and founder Nir Zuk are building the next generation of cybersecurity software.
Please, call them cybersecurity professionals.
Hackers from the self-proclaimed Islamic State attacked 600 Russian Internet resources last year, including banks, government agencies and schools, according to research by Moscow-based cybersecurity company Group-IB.
“Ships and offshore structures are becoming more and more interconnected,” said Tor Svensen, CEO DNV GL - Maritime, when taking the stage at
A new bill has been introduced to make sharing cyberthreat data between corporations and the government less risky -- legally.
Cybersecurity keeps NY Fed awake at night; Tech poaching Wall Street's top ranks; Invest in a racehorse; "Utah restaurant's well-endowed bull statue irks neighbors"; and more.
The House of Representatives Intelligence Committee yesterday introduced a new bill that would allow businesses to share knowledge of digital security threats with the government without fears of legal of action. Read more...
For large law firms and celebrities alike, cybersecurity compliance is now a business necessity.
The US House Select Committee on Intelligence stated Tuesday that the US federal government and private sector should share data on cyber threats upon advancing the Protecting Cyber Networks Act.
The bill contains stronger privacy protections than previous legislation.
Turning the map around on cybersecurity.
Tech’s hottest investment right now is cybersecurity. Technical and boring as it may sound, investors are flocking to businesses claiming to add some semblance of data protection. The latest example of this is the New York-based digital...Show More Summary