A new draft China cybersecurity law could restrict certain U.S. companies from doing business in the country which clearly represent a tit-for-tat in the escalating trade and cyber war between U.S. and China.
Third party data breach struck Quest Diagnostics’ billing vendor which exposed patients’ sensitive information including social security numbers and medical information.
Second largest data leak in history exposed First American’s 900 million customer information just by raising or lowering a single digit in the document URL.
Facial recognition technology may not be as accurate as some people think and the U.S. Congress is likely to introduce bipartisan legislation to limit how the technology can be used, and by whom.
Chinese spies known as Buckeye group are alleged to be using some of the NSA cyber weapons as early as March 2016, long before Shadow Brokers released them in April 2017.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) becomes effective on January 1, 2020, making California the first state in U.S. to roll out GDPR-like regulation, how should the business prepare and how will it impact consumers?
Tech lobbyists working to introduce new amendments and changes to the upcoming CCPA privacy law which could significantly limit the effectiveness of the regulation.
Connected devices will soon be subject to new IoT security laws, with California taking the lead and requiring devices to have “reasonable security features” and U.K. draft law requires devices to have cyber security features labeled on package.
New cyber security directive from DHS has cut mandatory time for U.S. federal government agencies to patch vulnerabilities considered critical from 30 to 15 days, failure to do so may result in administrative penalties.