White House rolls out pipeline, supply chain security initiatives as companies pledge billions in cyber spending
Companies also will offer cyber tools and training after a private sector cybersecurity summit at the White House.
Apple, JPMorgan Chase bosses among industry heads set to gather at White House for cyber 'call to action'
The administration expects to make "concrete announcements" about tackling root causes of cyberattacks, a senior official said.
SEC, education company Pearson settle charges over 2018 security incident for $1 million
The company misled both the SEC and the public about the incident, the agency said.
Cyber job listings excluded Colorado workers after salary transparency law went into effect
The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment confirmed that it had received dozens of complaints about companies violating the law.
DHS hails cybersecurity hiring blitz that puts dent in thousands of vacancies
DHS hired hundreds in a "sprint," to the tune of a 12% improvement.
Cyber insurance premiums rise as ransomware, hacks continue, GAO finds
More than half of cyber insurers surveyed said premiums rose by 10 to 30% in late 2020.
Florida homecoming queen faces up to 16 years after alleged scheme to hack high school contest
She and her mother could spend a maximum of 16 years in prison each.
European police hope Google ads will steer teenagers away from a life of hacking
Success is hard to measure, police say.
A push for cybersecurity philanthropic giving launches
Philanthropic giving is a rare thing in the cybersecurity field, say the backers of an open letter.
Cypriot sentenced for email hacking committed as teen
He's the first Cypriot to ever be extradited from Cyprus to the U.S.