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Congress May Consider a U.S. Version of GDPR

Despite high-profile data breaches, increased scrutiny of how consumer data is used, and several hearings, there hasn’t been a lot of movement on privacy legislation out of Congress. That may change if lawmakers decide to pass the U.S. version of the European Union's data privacy law.

Government, Privacy

U.S. Cyber Command is Making Foreign Malware Tools Public

A group within the U.S. Cyber Command is now contributing malware samples to VirusTotal, part of a broader strategy to put pressure on foreign adversaries.

Government

FDA Wants to See a Bill of Materials for Medical Devices

The Food and Drug Administration outlines what manufacturers have to do to develop secure medical devices on the draft of its premarket guidance. The FDA laid out recommendations on what information to provide when submitting the devices for premarket approval.

Government, Medical Devices, IoT Security, Iot Vulnerabilities

Tech Companies Push Back Against Australia’s Crypto Backdoor Bill

Apple, Cisco, Mozilla, and other tech providers say a proposed law in Australia to force backdoors in encrypted services would weaken security for everyone.

Encryption, Government

Foreign Cyberattacks ‘Getting Worse Not Better’

Senators and law enforcement officials warned that cyberattacks by foreign adversaries are reaching a critical point.

Government