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Senators want Cyber Command and CISA to do more to deter coronavirus-focused hackers
The senators warn the resilience of the healthcare sector is a matter of life-or-death right now.
Facebook intends to implement end-to-end encryption despite DOJ pressure
Two of the company's executives have written to the Department of Justice as Congress prepares to look closely at the issue.
Senators question Pentagon over workforce's use of data-leaking fitness app Strava
A bipartisan group of Senators have called on the Defense Department to answer for how a popular fitness app apparently used by some U.S. soldiers, intelligence analysts and Pentagon officials led to the disclosure of secret bases and facilities around the world.
Senators grill Uber CISO over 2016 breach, extortion incident
During the hearing, the lawmakers questioned Uber’s chief security officer while also receiving an education from experts on how bug bounty programs are supposed to operate.
National data breach notification law proposed by Senate Commerce Committee members
The new bill, called the Data Security and Breach Notification Act, comes in the wake of reports that Uber paid $100,000 to cover up a 2016 data breach that affected 57 million users.
U.S. debates how to protect cars from hackers
The U.S. government’s latest efforts to protect internet-connected cars and their passengers from hackers is being criticized by two senators who say the new voluntary guidelines don’t go nearly far enough.