American lawmakers may once again be ready to seriously take up the idea of a federal privacy law. A report about the bill was quickly followed by publication of a discussion draft for public view.
While the CFAA and all of its troubled language remains in place, the DOJ has announced that security researchers who do not have malicious intent do not have anything to fear anymore.
With increasing privacy regulations, how exactly can organizations prepare for the looming privacy-driven era of digital advertising? It starts with baking privacy and transparency into all facets of operations.
The EU and US have reached an agreement in principle on a Privacy Shield replacement, but details of the data transfer deal are not yet available to the public.
The White House said that there is "no certainty" that there will be a cyber attack from Russia, but that the country is exploring options to target US critical infrastructure and that companies should harden cyber defenses.
Critical infrastructure companies may soon be subject to tighter cyber incident reporting requirements, as new cybersecurity legislation has passed the Senate and will now go before the House.
New insight into a domestic data collection program run by the CIA indicates even more mass surveillance may have taken place, and some senators are demanding answers.
DOJ seized 94,000 Bitcoins from a New York couple accused of laundering 119,754 Bitcoins from the 2016 Bitfinex cryptocurrency theft currently valued at $4.5 billion.
Lawmaker concerns about storage of biometric identification information and the use of a third-party contractor’s facial recognition technology has prompted a change in plans by the IRS.
Over 95,000 United States consumers lost money to social media scams in 2021. The most common type of scam involves online shopping, but the largest individual losses were caused by investment scams.