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New Bills Would Require Warrants for Border Device Searches

Bills in the House and Senate would prevent warrantless searches of Americans' devices at the border.

Privacy, Government

Executive Order Asks a Lot Out of DHS

On paper, the executive order seems to have some good ideas on increasing the pool of talented security personnel for the federal IT workforce. Would DHS be able to deliver on these new programs?

Government

Off With Their Heads!

Calls for jail time for C-suite executives after a data breach are getting louder, but proposed legislation such as the Corporate Executive Accountability Act would not prevent data breaches. Instead, it would will simply result in organizations lawyering up, CISO Advisor Dave Lewis argues.

CISO, Corporate Security, Government

Privacy Advocates Urge Creation of Data Protection Agency

As Congress considers various privacy bills, advocates are pushing for a federal data protection agency to enforce any new law.

Privacy, Government

Some Data Breach Victims Don’t Hear From the FBI Right Away

Many organizations are unaware of the intrusion in their networks until the FBI comes calling. An Inspector General audit found that poor record keeping means some organizations don't hear from the FBI, or hear too late to do anything about it.

Data Breaches, Government, FBI, Incident Response