Federal Agencies Improving Cyber Defense: Report
The White House recently issued its annual cybersecurity progress report, finding that while progress has been made, a "significant amount of work remains.”
Hacked? Proposed Bill Would Allow Firms to Hack Back
A proposed bill would allow a victim of a cyberattack to access the attacker’s computer in order to gather information about the attack.
5 Cybersecurity Trends Dominating the Early 2017 Discourse
In the past year, cybersecurity has truly broken through and become not just a boardroom issue but also a dinner table topic.
Deadline Approaching for New York Cybersecurity Regulations
The mandate will take effect March 1 and “goes beyond even what the SEC and FINRA have put forth," says John Cunningham of Docupace.
Flight-Check Your Cloud Tech: 7 Cybersecurity Questions to Ask Your Vendor
Every week seems to bring another story of email theft. The attacks are relentless, striking corporations, government agencies and political groups.
Bank Regulators’ Cybersecurity Approach Is Misguided, Chamber Says
Banking regulators should support entities adopting a “risk-based” approach to address their unique cyber threats, Chamber says.
Is Your Data Breach Response Plan Good Enough? 3 Ways to Stress Test It
As the chances of a data breach incident increase, savvy businesses have invested time and thought in a response plan.
New York Pushes Back Cybersecurity Mandate by 2 Months
The state's financial services department says it is retaining the general parameters of its requirements, despite negative comments.
US Companies Face European, Homegrown Cybersecurity Challenges in 2017
Now more than ever is the time for U.S. companies to prepare, through education and legal technology resources, for the seismic privacy and data security changes that are expected in 2017 and beyond.
Advisors' Low-Tech Cybersecurity Action Plan
The great paradox of cybercrime is that financial firms’ biggest vulnerability isn’t their technology, it’s the people who use it.