The net neutrality debate has now been raging in the United States for over 20 years. Biden has made his intentions clear about once again taking the upper hand in the battle with a new executive order targeting the nation's largest broadband providers.
Many businesses are still struggling to understand and comply with data protection laws and regulations. Study finds that 62.4% of companies are still not ‘completely compliant’ with data regulations which means vulnerable consumers.
According to a new FBI warning, hackers are stepping up their attacks on U.S. automotive industry to include ransomware infections, data breaches, phishing attacks, and corporate espionage activities.
Russia has been making news for hacking utility systems in other nations and for a change, news has emerged that U.S. is conducting cyber attack on power grid in Russia by planting malicious code.
Trump administration has announced a set of AI guidelines as the basis of regulating AI applications, which include 10 principles that federal agencies should consider.
New NIST Privacy Framework together with its existing Cybersecurity Framework provide a road map on cyber industry security, data handling standards and best practices for organizations.
U.S. Cyberspace Solarium Commission has published a 182-page report that includes broad changes to cyber security policy and 75 recommendations on cyber deterrence.
National ransomware epidemic hits municipalities, school districts and local government agencies with 621 attacks recorded this year. Things are so bad that U.S. is drafting new legislation to prevent, mitigate and respond to future attacks.
The U.S. Senate has passed a unanimous resolution to pay rural telecom carriers $1 billion to 'rip and replace' ZTE and Huawei equipment from their networks.