U.S. lawmakers are calling for new cybersecurity legislation in the wake of headline-grabbing breaches.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has established new standards for the inspection of electronic devices, but is it enough to safeguard digital privacy?
A bill proposed by members of the U.S. Senate would mandate jail time for business leaders who fail to disclose a data breach in a timely manner.
While PwC's "Global State of Information Security Survey" noted that governments have improved cyber resilience, businesses still have a long way to go.
The DHS and NIST launched a new SIDR framework to help organizations bolster border gateway protocol (BGP) security and minimize border gateway attacks.
A security breach at the SEC could have serious repercussions, including billions of dollars worth of insider trading.
The U.S. Census Bureau hopes to save $1.2 million annually by implementing e-signature technology in its internal personnel evaluation system.
A draft report by NIAC indicated that there is a narrow window in which cybersecurity efforts could be improved on a national scale.
To improve infrastructure security per the president's executive order, government agencies must build trust with the private security industry.
Former MI5 chief Jonathan Evans told BBC Radio 4 that cybersecurity must be factored in along with counterterrorism in protecting British citizens.