The Cyber Resilience Act can, if done correctly, meet its objectives to bolster the security and resilience of products, however, as structured its effectiveness may be undermined.
A proposed Bureau for Cyber Statistics would centralize cybersecurity data collection, produce informative analysis reports, and inform policymaker’s decisions regarding cybersecurity.
The U.S. has several federal policy activities underway that could place new restrictions on TikTok, the popular social media platform owned by Chinese technology company ByteDance.
State governments are perfectly positioned to lead the way in solving many of the digital identity problems. The Better Identity Coalition has six key initiatives focused on making identity systems work better.
Ransomware remains one of the most disruptive cyber threats to governments, organizations, and individuals.
The Apache Log4j vulnerability brought to light a challenge for software providers that had been seldom seen.
Earlier this week the White House announced a new consumer Internet of Things (IoT) labeling effort designed to assist consumers in identifying secure technologies.
Threat actors are targeting government and private sector organizations across Latin America, so business and political leaders must step up to meet the challenge.
Mr. Schwartz's opinion piece argues that the Securities and Exchange Commission seems to have missed the mark with their latest cybersecurity incident reporting rule.
Belisario Contreas's opinion piece in CSO explains how Costa Rica failed to implement the cyber-preparedness strategy that it laid out five years ago and now serves as an example not only to other Latin American nations but also to the world.
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