SEC's Gensler signals enhancement of cybersecurity, breach disclosure rules for financial sector
The SEC joins TSA, the FCC and other feds who have imposed or are considering imposing additional disclosure requirements.
Security fears over antitrust legislation raise looming questions about a federal privacy law
Experts say not all of the tech companies' security concerns are unfounded.
Treasury sanctions Ukrainian officials over operations for Russian FSB
One of the officials stands accused of collecting information about Ukraine's critical infrastructure, a frequent target of Russian cyberattacks.
Congressional cyber heavyweights Langevin, Katko won't seek reelection
Reps. Jim Langevin and John Katko aren't just experts, they also have a track record of bipartisanship.
White House hosts open-source software security summit in light of expansive Log4j flaw
The meeting will combine tech leaders with feds.
FCC wants to revamp data breach laws for telecom carriers
The rule change could create additional reporting requirements for companies.
Offense will win some battles, but cyber defense will win the war
Changing the calculus on defense remains the most important way to prevent attacks, even if it is not as attention-grabbing as offensive efforts.
If hackers are exploiting the Log4j flaw, CISA says we might not know yet
The agency harkened back to the long delay between vulnerability discovery and the Equifax breach.
French privacy regulator slaps Facebook, Google with fines totaling nearly $240M
The CNIL hit the tech giants over their policy on cookies.
FTC settles with OpenX Technologies for $2 million for allegedly violating children's privacy law
The FTC also alleges that OpenX continued to collect geolocation data from some Android users even after they opted out of tracking.