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The U.S. Department of Commerce this week announced the establishment of an artificial intelligence advisory committee set to counsel President Joe Biden and other federal agencies on issues ranging from privacy concerns to data security, along with global competition and inherent biases.
While a final rule for enforcement of the 21st Century Cures Act information blocking regulations is slated to be issued this month, some regulators are still uncertain that timeline will stick, or when other related unresolved details will be disclosed.
A Ukrainian national was extradited from Poland to the U.S. this week and now faces charges of conspiracy, trafficking in unauthorized access devices and trafficking in computer passwords, according to the Justice Department.
Nine months after discover of the attack that targeted SolarWinds and clients of its network monitoring tool, the incident continues to spur investigations into what happened. The SEC is reportedly probing those businesses involved, and lawmakers want answers about the breach of DOJ emails.
"Silence is gold." So says ransomware operator Ragnar Locker, as it attempts to compel victims to pay its ransom demand without ever telling anyone - especially not police. But some ransomware-battling experts have been advocating the opposite, including mandatory reporting of all ransom payments.
A dual U.S.-Canadian national has been sentenced to more than 11 years in federal prison for conspiring to launder tens of millions of dollars in wire and bank fraud schemes, according to the U.S. DOJ. Officials say the activity included cash-out scams for North Korean cybercriminals.
Despite a recent slowdown in incidents and some cybercriminals claiming they have stopped or abandoned ransomware attacks, National Cyber Director Chris Inglis says it's "too soon to tell," if the behavior of these groups has changed permanently or if they are waiting for an opportunity to return.
China’s personal information protection law focuses in part on localization, stronger security and governance frameworks. Cyberlaw and privacy experts tell ISMG the key regulations that MNCs must pay attention to, challenges they are likely to face, and how to meet the Nov. 1 compliance deadline.
Effectively managing the cybersecurity of thousands of medical devices takes a highly collaborative approach and "delicate balance" between IT security leaders, biomedical staff and others, say Baptist Health Care's CISO, Thad Philips, and the senior manager of the biomedical program, Tony Williams.
The White House is preparing executive branch agencies to adopt "zero trust" network architectures by 2024, with CISA and the OMB overseeing the creation of technology road maps that departments must follow. This is a major component of President Biden's cybersecurity executive order.
A proposed class action lawsuit against Flo Health alleges the fertility-tracking mobile app maker unlawfully shared sensitive consumer health data with Google, Facebook and other software vendors. The lawsuit comes after a recent settlement with the FTC over similar data-sharing privacy concerns.
In 2020, 16 million COVID-19-related threats, including malicious URLs, spam, and malware were detected, according to a Trend Micro report. At the start of the pandemic, many IT and cybersecurity measures were hastily put into place to deal with the crisis. Today, organizations must take stock of these measures, and...
According to a recent study ,78% of senior executives express lack of confidence in their company’s cybersecurity posture. The study also found, that this eventually prompted 91% of executives to increase 2021 budgets. Most Senior Executives agree that cyber risk is now the most critical category of risk across all...
The U.S. SEC in a new advisory warns against schemes targeting digital assets. Security experts say that with social engineering attempts on the rise, individuals and organizations must defend against related scams and other "get rich quick" schemes.