The new media policy states that U.S. intelligence employees who have "unauthorized" contact with the media could lose their jobs.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is looking to remove the flawed Dual_EC_DRBG algorithm from its guidelines.
The bill would ban businesses from storing sensitive payment data, for any long than required, even if it is encrypted.
After suffering a massive bitcoin theft, the exchange faces liquidation of its assets in Japan.
According to the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), SEC, among other lapses, failed to adequately oversee a contractor, which migrated its financial system to a new data center.
A federal appeals court backed an earlier ruling penalizing the email service.
Critical security issues that leave satellite communications vulnerable to being intercepted, manipulated or blocked were detailed in a white paper.
The possibly foreign malware affected all computer systems and left little for investigators to work from because it was designed to self-destruct.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel recently announced the recruitment efforts during a speech in Fort Meade, Md.
The law, Wis. Stat. Section 995.55, was enacted last week.
After a Kentucky bill passed on Thursday, only three states remain that do not have any data breach notification laws.
After a Bloomberg article reported that unnamed sources indicated that the NSA knew of the major flaw and utilized it for surveillance purposes, the agency denied the claims.
A federal appeals court determined that New Jersey was the wrong venue to convict and sentence AT&T hacker Andrew "weev" Auernheimer.
This week, critical infrastructure operators were notified of potential threats arising from the critical OpenSSL flaw.
Introduced Tuesday, the Digital Privacy Act includes stiff penalties for organizations that fail to adequately respond to breaches.
Efforts are now reportedly underway in Iowa and North Carolina as part of a multistate probe.
The court battle began when the FTC filed a 2012 complaint against hotelier Wyndham, accusing it of deceptive and unfair practices against consumers following data breaches.
Under the reforms, state and local law enforcement must obtain search warrants to access electronic devices' location information and electronic communications content.
The breach struck Experian subsidiary, Court Ventures, and compromised the personal and financial data of more than 200 million Americans.
Google paid more than $1 million to Italy after a regulator found the company's Street View cars violated citizens' privacy by taking photos without their knowledge and permission.
Researchers have uncovered an NSA tool, known as "Extended Random," that enables the government agency to more quickly crack a flawed community-developed encryption algorithm.
In this month's debate, experts discuss whether whistleblower Edward Snowden should be granted amnesty.
The companies were accused of failing to securely transmit credit card data, Social Security numbers, and other sensitive data collected by their mobile apps.
Sony and its insurer Zurich were embroiled in an immunity lawsuit for years.
Of the respondents participating in a just released survey, 33 percent indicated that they are less likely to adopt the cloud due to fears of government surveillance.
University President Wallace Loh told Senate members that the attackers cloaked their activity by using the Tor network.
On Wednesday, a court in Ankara, Turkey overturned the government's ban on Twitter, according to a report by The New York Times.
Along with the White House's legislative proposal, the House Intelligence Committee also introduces its own bill tackling the NSA surveillance practice.
Federal officials notified more than 3,000 U.S. companies in 2013 that their computer networks were compromised, according to a report by the Washington Post.
Recent Snowden leaks allege that the NSA targeted Chinese telecom firm Huawei for corporate data, including product source code.