On National Data Privacy Day, we find little has changed in what numerous privacy advocates and experts have called “the golden age of surveillance.”
We know that cyber attacks can have physical consequences. How does U.S. critical infrastructure fare in terms of cyber security and resilience to attack?
Information technology is the fundamental sector on which all others depend. Software is critical infrastructure and deserves the same security investment.
A number of election security bills and discussion drafts are currently before the House and Senate. If passed, could they really lead to secure elections?
We recently saw the first settlement by a company charged under the False Claims Act for failing to meet cyber security standards. Is there more to come?
Safety-critical software powers everything from airplanes to power plants, defib machines, and seatbelts. And quality issues can lead to injury and death.
What did Apollo 11 teach us about software development? Coding practices have changed since 1969, but the lessons learned from the moon mission still hold.
U.S. data privacy law is a mishmash of federal, state, and industry regulation. Should we enact a single universal federal data privacy law like GDPR?
The first year of GDPR started slow, but companies and regulators alike are picking up speed. Our new infographic shows GDPR’s first year by the numbers.
Recent government cybersecurity initiatives assume that the federal government has a role to play in securing the IoT and critical infrastructure. Does it?