The Trump administration publicly released on Wednesday its rules for deciding whether to disclose cyber security flaws or keep them secret, in an effort to bring more transparency to a process that has long been cloaked in mystery. Source: Trump administration releases rules on disclosing cyber flaws
Russian cyber attacks have targeted Britain’s energy networks, telecommunications and media as part of efforts to “undermine the international system”, a senior security official has revealed. Ciaran Martin, CEO of the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), said Russia is among the hostile threats posing a growing threat, alongside that from “rampant criminality”. Source: Russian hackers…
Hikvision, a company 42%-owned by the Chinese government, sold devices that monitor U.S. Army base and Memphis streets. That has sparked concerns about cybersecurity.
How will Russia’s new law affect privacy and internet censorship? Source: What is Russia’s new VPN law all about?
Federal agencies have begun arming themselves for war against cybercrime. By the nanosecond, the ubiquitous Internet and related technology offer endless opportunities for wrongdoing. […] Source: Let the Cyber Wars Begin: Federal Regulators Prepare Their Arsenal