In order to get critical infrastructure cybersecurity regulations right, regulators need to focus on risk reduction and performance outcomes rather than prescriptive measures, according to a panel at Hack the Capitol 6.0.
The newly-proposed U.S. draft bill would introduce a license requirement for foreign companies to trade U.S. citizens’ personal information.
Credit rating agency Moody's weighed in on the security of natural gas pipeline operators, urging that mandatory cybersecurity standards would harden the sector against potential attacks.
While European regulators are showing they are serious about the new privacy and data security regulations as they slap hefty fines against Marriott and British Airways for not properly safeguarding consumer data, fines aren’t the only way GDPR has changed how organizations view online privacy and data security.
More than six months after the European data privacy regulation went into effect, we still don’t know how effective GDPR will be at protecting data privacy.