Technology can't replace the value of online safety education, the key to keeping kids out of predators' paths, panelists shared.
An SEC commissioner's chief of staff and shareholder advocacy expert discussed complex disclosure expectations among investors.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell introduced a bill that would grant intelligence agencies authority under the USA PATRIOT Act to continue mass surveillance until 2020
Proposed legislation would rein in the CFAA to avoid overzealous prosecution.
Panelists discussed cyber espionage and intellectual property theft affecting U.S. companies and steps the private and public sector must take to curb the threat.
The FBI issued an alert to the Federal Aviation Association (FAA) earlier this week to warn about hackers who might try to access airplane network ports, according to Wired.
Following years of wrangling in Congress and a slew of headline-grabbing breaches, the House gave the go-ahead to a cybersecurity bill.
The FCC joins the FTC as a force to be reckoned with on cybersecurity and privacy issues, agency chief Wheeler indicated in an RSA Conference speech.
FBI and NSA staffers have repeatedly voiced concern over default encryption, but it doesn't seem to have hindered any tech companies' decisions to proceed with their plans.
Government demands for back doors cryptography are ratcheting up discord with cryptographers, according to RSA panelists.
Department of Homeland Security is finalizing plans to open a Silicon Valley office, DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson told an audience at the RSA Conference.
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe announced on Monday that the Commonwealth is establishing the first state-level Information Sharing and Analysis Organization.
A flurry of legislative activity on Capitol Hill hints that Congress may be shaking off its inertia and there may be some long-awaited forward movement on key issues.
The New York resident, Mario Chuisano, was also ordered to pay nearly $2.7 million in restitution.
Chinese regulators have suspended rules that heavily policed foreign technology, after backlash from its own banks.
Motherboard and Privacy International revealed the contract between DEA and a government supplier.
Sensitive information was left out in the open after hours on nearly a third of the desks at five Department of Homeland Security (DHS) organizations, a KPMG audit found.
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) warned the FAA that its on-flight Wi-Fi, among other things, could put aircrafts and passengers at-risk.
The initiative to triple U.S. Cyber Command security staff, to more than 6,000 military and civilian personnel, will not be completed until 2018.
The FTC imposed greater security and privacy requirements on two debt brokers after they posted personal information of 55,000 consumers online.
On the heels of similar incidents, Rossel, a Belgium media group, experienced an hours-long DDoS attack Sunday afternoon.
Less than a week after the 'Beebone' botnet was taken down, INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation, along with other global companies and agencies, has dismantled the 'Simda' botnet.
Jermaine Smith of the cybercrime syndicate Carder.su, was sentenced to more than 12 years in prison and ordered to pay $50.8 million in restitution.
Last year, the communications giant received 113,655 law enforcement requests for customer data.
Hillary Clinton has hired Google executive Stephanie Hannon to serve as (CTO) for Clinton's expected 2016 presidential campaign.
The Justice Department and Drug Enforcement Agency began logging nearly every phone call made from the U.S. to as many as 116 countries.
The Philadelphia Fire Department said Friday, that billing information from at least 750 ambulance patients was stolen,
Between May 2010 and early October 2014, police used stingrays 46 times without a court order.
To the chagrin of the ACLU, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has renewed its efforts to procure license plate reader (LPR) data through a third party.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said a virus infected its administrative computer system but didn't cause any damage to agency systems.
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