Procurement experts testified to the House subcommittee on cybersecurity, information technology and government innovation Wednesday that government requirements leave too many unanswered questions and ambiguities for federal agencies when it comes to implementing SBOMs.
The Japanese space exploration agency is investigating a cyberattack this summer that reportedly targeted an Active Directory server. Police detected the attack and alerted the space agency, which claims hackers did not access any personal information.
Indonesian data protection experts recommend understanding the types of personal data collected and their purpose, urging companies to leverage established frameworks such as NIST and ISO 27701. These frameworks should align with the regulations of each country.
A vendor focused on fast-tracking government access to commercial software closed its Series B funding round to support more classified and regulated environments. The $40 million will allow Second Front Systems to support additional bespoke networks in the U.S. Defense and National Security space.
Former wunderkinds Sam Bankman-Fried and Changpeng Zhao, torchbearers of a flailing crypto industry and now confirmed felons, may provoke the regulatory retrenchment that saves the industry from itself. But obstacles exist in the blockchain structure of cryptocurrency.
President Joe Biden's recent executive order for artificial intelligence encourages investment in AI while setting a vision for a regulatory framework to address issues involving AI technology safety, bias and other concerns in healthcare, said attorney Wendell Bartnick of the law firm Reed Smith.
Governments across Asia are raising concerns over growing misuse of artificial intelligence as adoption of AI technology surges. With organizations racing to exploit the latest AI capabilities, government leaders also want them to address AI-enabled cybercrime, AI bias and hallucinations.
The world's largest cryptocurrency exchange will withdraw from the U.S. market after now-former chief executive officer Changpeng Zhao pleaded guilty to felony money laundering charges in a U.S. court and the company agreed to pay $4.3 billion into federal coffers.
A new guide from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency aims to help healthcare and public health sector entities get a much tighter grip on managing serious risks posed by the most troublesome types of vulnerabilities threatening the beleaguered industry.
The Australian government announced it will invest AU$18 million to help the country's small businesses better respond to cyberattacks and will spend AU$7.2 million to help businesses get cybersecurity assessment checks and AU$11 million to provide one-on-one assistance to deal with cyberattacks.
Federal regulators have smacked a New York medical center with an $80,000 penalty as part of a settlement for a HIPAA privacy breach involving the information of three patients that was exposed to a reporter and distributed nationally during press coverage in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.
New York State will soon seek public comment on sweeping new cybersecurity regulations for hospitals. The proposed rules would come with $500 million in requested funding to help the providers step up their security investments to comply with the new requirements.
Kalpesh Doshi, CISO at HDFC Life, shared how financial services C-suite leaders can navigate the complexities of India's Digital Personal Data Protection Bill. He is concerned about the shortage of people needed to meet new requirements and how those requirements will apply to international firms.
The chief operating officer of an Atlanta-based cybersecurity firm has pleaded guilty and agreed to pay restitution of more than $818,000 in a federal criminal case in which he admitted hacking a Georgia medical center in 2018 in an effort to drum up business for his company.
Global Tel*Link, a major telecommunications provider for state and federal prison systems, will be required to notify the FTC and consumers of future security incidents after a sweeping data breach left hundreds of thousands of its users vulnerable to identity theft and other privacy concerns.