Former U.S. National Cyber Director Kemba Walden joins Alex Botting and Jen Ellis from the Center for Cybersecurity Policy & Law on the latest episode of the Distilling Cyber Policy podcast.
The most positive cybersecurity development of 2023? The focus and engagement of government policymakers spanning the globe.
The Cybersecurity Coalition’s comments in response to the Office of the National Cyber Director Request for Information on Open-Source Software Security focuses on the adoption of memory safe programming languages.
New cybersecurity rules from the SEC will take effect this month and intend to enhance and standardize disclosures regarding cybersecurity. However, pushback on incident reporting requirements are eclipsing other important components of the rule.
The Office of the United States Trade Representative to remove its support for policies in the World Trade Organization E-commerce Joint Statement Initiative around cross border data flows is in opposition to other U.S. positions.
The Cybersecurity Coalition submitted broadly supportive comments in response to the National Institute for Standards and Technology Discussion Draft of the Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) 2.0 Core.
The staff at the Center for Cybersecurity & Law would like to say what they are thankful for this year.
In the latest episode, Alex and Jen are joined by the Australian Ambassador for Cyber Affairs and Critical Technology, Brendan Dowling on the country's numerous recent cyber policy developments.
The Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit affirmed the dismissal of all claims in a case that risked setting a precedent requiring premature vulnerability disclosure, In re Intel Corp. CPU Marketing.