Responsible vulnerability disclosure is becoming an international norm
More and more democracies are adopting a policy of disclosing vulnerabilities as opposed sitting on them for their own intelligence gains.
Some federal websites now allowing users to login via secure USB keys
Three federal agencies have signed up to let the public use keysticks conforming to the Universal Second Factor standard.
Cyber companies urged to share — and not sell — threat info
DHS wants cyber companies to give their threat intelligence away as widely as possible. Surprisingly, many cybersecurity companies seem to agree.
Equifax breached, up to 143 million SSNs and DOBs stolen, all Americans offered credit monitoring
The huge data company says it will offer free credit monitoring to anyone who wants it, whether their personal information was was stolen or not.
Officials: U.S. should share threat info on — but not blacklist — Kaspersky products
Both current and former officials say the government needs to take a different approach with Kaspersky's products.