Latest news on data protection, privacy and cybersecurity regulatory developments, data breaches and enforcement actions happening in the U.S.
The 10th anniversary of national Data Privacy Day celebrated on January 28 couldn't have come at a better time for Internet users with the past 12 months filled with stories about cyber security attacks, election meddling, state surveillance, and massive corporate data breaches.
EFF and Lookout traced Dark Caracal to Lebanon and has infected Android users in more than 20 countries and stolen hundreds of gigabbytes of dat. Cyber espionage using fake apps with Android malware is the new trend as nation states and cybercriminals move towards using mobile as the target platform.
AIG releases new cyber risk benchmarking model to quantify and score cyber maturity of clients, boosting cyber insurance and promoting metrics useful for the industry to evaluate the risks that organizations face in terms of cyber security.
Why the End of Net Neutrality and the Demise of the Open Internet Could Have Unintended Consequences for Data Privacy and Cyber Security
With the repeal of net neutrality rules and the demise of the open internet, what are the long term impact to data privacy and cyber security?
Customers want hyper-relevant digital experiences, but also need digital trust that their data is not being compromised and customer privacy is maintained
Just 71% of federal websites have SSL certificates. With web security still needing much required improvements, are U.S. federal websites a ticking bomb?
CENTCOM's leaked database contained 1.8 billion social media posts. Terabytes of data showed the extent of internet surveillance, not excluding Americans.
The U.S. government reveals the Vulnerabilities Equities Process which decides if vulnerability data is released or gets stockpiled as cyber weapons.
Rock bottom prices on the dark web for remote access into corporate PCs a boon for cyber criminals to steal data, distribute malware and ransomware attacks.
Fear of Russian hackers infiltrating voting machines in the last U.S. presidential election has led to a new bill to enlist hackers to find vulnerabilities.