EU needs one set of vulnerability disclosure rules, says expert task force
The fractured ecosystem is having a chilling effect on vulnerability research.
The reason a recent international cyber exercise was so unique
The exercise allowed operators inside simulated civilian networks that illustrate the difficulties that dog cyberwarfare operations in real life.
Banks preparing for heightened New York cybersecurity laws to take effect
This week, senior executives from more than 3,000 banks, insurers and other financial services companies doing business in New York will have to personally certify that their computer networks are protected by a cybersecurity program appropriate for their organization’s risk profile.
Experts push back on Trump administration's call to respond to cyberattacks with nukes
Authors say the goal of U.S. policy was to “continue to reduce the role of nuclear weapons in deterring non-nuclear attacks.” Yet a number of people told CyberScoop the new review is way too ambiguous.
The small government agency creating a policy to stop botnets
A Trump administration initiative to reduce the threat from botnets is using a novel policymaking tool developed by an obscure federal agency.