FINRA takes a hard look at usefulness of blockchain
The white paper by the the self-regulatory body for securities traders looks at the possible impact of emerging blockchain technology on the industry.
Policy tied Obama’s hands in cyberspace, says White House Cybersecurity Coordinator
"The relationship that we want to have with industry, and the private sector, it's weird! "What is it?" asked White House Cyber Coordinator Michael Daniel when looking back at his time in office.
Business lobby pushes back on cyber rule for banks
The proposed rules are duplicative, overly prescriptive and use vague or undefined language, says the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
States question DHS’s last-minute election infrastructure designation
State officials fret the designation will interfere with their efforts to secure voting machinery, both online and in the physical world.
General who confirmed Stuxnet cyber attack is pardoned
Retired Gen. James Cartwright, formerly the second-most senior officer in the entire U.S. military, had been facing a possible two-year sentence at the end of the month.