Second act for cybersecurity commissioners: Pritzker, Palmisano, Nadella form nonprofit
Some members and staff of President Obama's Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity are seeking to advance the commission's goals through a nonprofit that will provide cyber risk-management best practices for small and medium-sized businesses, according to an announcement.
Amid Kaspersky controversy, Russia considers pushing out foreign competitors
Under the plan, it will become mandatory for any computer that is imported or produced within the Eurasian Economic Union to carry anti-virus software that is made by a country within the group.
Pentagon's looming Kaspersky ban viewed as 'purely political'
The firm's CEO and co-founder offered again on Friday to let the U.S. government audit his company's source code: "We've got nothing to hide."
Microsoft unveils specialized anti-ransomware tool for next update
The new tool will be publicly available with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update later this year.
Why a global cybersecurity Geneva convention is not going to happen
Op-ed: Dave Aitel says there are so many problems with the way governments deal with cybersecurity that a universally agreed-upon set of norms is a pipe dream.
Microsoft patches Windows XP due to 'heightened risk' of nation-state activity
"In reviewing the updates for this month, some vulnerabilities were identified that pose elevated risk of cyber attacks by government organizations."