The Iranian government has a lot of options to consider in its response after the United States military killed Qassem Soleimani, the chief of Iran’s Quds Force. Government officials in the United States are warning organizations that cyberattacks are possible, and to step up monitoring.
There is still time for security professionals in and out of government to weigh in on CISA's soon-to-be-released directive on how federal agencies should handle vulnerability reports.
The federal government's technical standards body is working on best practices for verifying the security and integrity of hardware, a notoriously difficult problem.
The ranking Democrat on a Senate Commerce Committee has unveiled a new digital privacy bill that would strengthen the FTC’s enforcement powers over tech companies.
The United Nations General Assembly will vote on a Russia- and China-backed resolution that claims to give governments tools to fight cybercrime. What it will actually do if it becomes a treaty, is allow governments to establish a sovereign Internet where they have full control of their country's Internet and monitor all activities.