The US Supreme Court has agreed to review a case related to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) for the first time ever, a move that could have long-term effects on security research.
California is expected to begin enforcing its new consumer privacy law starting July 1, but the Electronic Frontier Foundation is concerned about all the loopholes that still remain.
More senators are expressing support for the EARN IT Act despite its serious threat to encrypted services and user privacy.
The United States needs a top-level cybersecurity coordinator, more powers for CISA, and cybersecurity-specific committees in Congress, the Cyberspace Solarium Commission said in its long-awaited report.
Security researchers, law enforcement, and analysts lurk in criminal marketplaces and forums collecting information which may indicate a possible data breach or data theft. It’s a tricky balancing act—blending in among criminals while not engaging in criminal activity that could get them arrested.