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News President signs Executive Order to improve payment security

President signs Executive Order to improve payment security

President Obama signed an Executive Order at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau calling for enhanced security measures, including microchips and PINs.

News Obama Executive Order paves way for threat intelligence sharing

Obama Executive Order paves way for threat intelligence sharing

Speaking at the Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection Summit the president hopes to encourage industry and government to share threat information more freely.

Opinion Does an Executive Order make payments more secure in the U.S.?

Does an Executive Order make payments more secure in the U.S.?

This year has been so bad for merchant data breaches that the president felt the need to ensure that the government would offer itself as a more safe and secure place to do business with.

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The NIST framework: The public's stake in the cybersecurity of our critical infrastructure

The announcement in February 2014 by the White House of a Framework for the development of cybersecurity standards follows the announcement one year earlier by the White House of a Presidential Executive Order describing the Government's overall policy toward the cybersecurity on our nation's critical infrastructure.

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EU conducts massive cyberattack simulation on critical networks

Conducted by the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security, the simulation launched 2,000 attacks on the networks of various critical infrastructure organizations.

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Franchises to get assistance on cybersecurity strategy

The National Cyber Security Alliance has teamed up with the International Franchise Association to promote cybersecurity awareness among franchise businesses in the U.S.

News House, in rush vote, passes Intelligence Authorization Act

House, in rush vote, passes Intelligence Authorization Act

The Senate passed the Act on Wednesday after adding a controversial amendment and the House rushed to pass it with little room for debate.

News Microsoft held in contempt, moves closer to appeal over customer email warrant

Microsoft held in contempt, moves closer to appeal over customer email warrant

Microsoft continues to fight an order requesting it to turn over customer emails stored in a data center in Ireland.

News Information sharing requires breaking down barriers, White House cyber guru says

Information sharing requires breaking down barriers, White House cyber guru says

The White House has advanced an agenda to promote and facilitate information sharing on security threats and vulnerabilities.

News Richard Clarke and Karen Jackson co-chair governor-appointed Va. security commission

Richard Clarke and Karen Jackson co-chair governor-appointed Va. security commission

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe named members of the Virginia Cyber Security Commission on Friday, which was formed to improve cyber security in the state.

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Sony CEO finally addresses cyber attack

Kazuo Hirai addressed the recent cyber attack on the company at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas, describing the incident as "vicious and malicious."

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Senate and House pass cybersecurity bill

The U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate passed to the CyberSecurity Enhancement Act of 2014, giving NIST the go-ahead to develop voluntary cyber standards for critical infrastructure.

Document 2014 Application security ebook

2014 Application security ebook

We speak with a number of industry experts to gain a lucid understanding of the threat landscape and provide tools and strategies companies can put in place to achieve success in safeguarding their enterprises from porous software coding in their applications.

News ACLU, NYCLU court filing backs Facebook challenge to Manhattan DA

ACLU, NYCLU court filing backs Facebook challenge to Manhattan DA

The civil liberties groups contend in a brief filed in New York Supreme Court, that warrants and a gag order issued in the case were unconstitutional.

News NIST requests final comments on ICS security guide

NIST requests final comments on ICS security guide

The updated guide will offer insight on reducing risks to industrial control systems, such as malware, equipment failures, and other threats.

News ISSA tackles workforce gap with career lifecycle program

ISSA tackles workforce gap with career lifecycle program

On Thursday, the group launched its Cybersecurity Career Lifecycle (CSCL) program.

News News briefs: North Korea behind the Sony breach and a landmark HIPAA settlement

News briefs: North Korea behind the Sony breach and a landmark HIPAA settlement

President Obama imposed sanctions against North Korea, a medical services provider will be forced to pay a "neglect" penalty over HIPAA violations, the House passed the Intelligence Authorization Act, and other security news.

News USA Freedom Act foiled by Senate Republicans

USA Freedom Act foiled by Senate Republicans

The USA Freedom Act, aimed at NSA surveillance reform, failed to pick up enough votes to avoid a Republican filibuster.

News California nonprofit sues San Diego Police Department over stingray documents

California nonprofit sues San Diego Police Department over stingray documents

The First Amendment Coalition is suing the San Diego Police Department and the city of San Diego in an effort to get public records released on the force's stingray use.

News President imposes sanctions against North Korea for Sony attack

President imposes sanctions against North Korea for Sony attack

President Obama has issued a formal U.S. response to the Sony hack in the form of sanctions against North Korea.

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