Five Democratic senators point to inconsistencies in corporate Security and Exchange Commission reporting, investor confusion and the national importance of addressing cybersecurity for the need of new guidance.
Plan would nationalize breach notification law, set penalties for cybercrimes and protect businesses from lawsuits that share cybersecurity information with DHS as well as promote the use of cloud computing.
BITS and the ABA are interested in managing future domains affiliated with bank brands and financial interests. If approved, their domain oversight would allow them to control certain domain names registrations.
Globally, countries and organizations now recognize the need for a unified approach for managing IT infrastructure services, says Marlin Pohlman of the Cloud Security Alliance. The trick is developing this new set of global standards.
In the wake of recent data breaches, industry experts fear that consumers and employees alike will start exhibiting signs of "breach fatigue" and treat such incidents apathetically. Here are tips for how to ward off apathy.
"No one up here wants to stop Apple or Google from doing the incredible things that you do," Sen. Al Franken says. "What today is about is trying to find a balance between all of those wonderful benefits and the public's right to privacy."
Police and the U.S. Secret Service are now investigating a series of fraud incidents involving Chicago-area customers of the Michaels craft store chain, which appears to be another victim of POS device tampering.
The bill would establish a framework that allows consumers not to have their online activities tracked and, with limited exceptions, prohibits online providers from doing so if that's what individuals choose.
Technology to fight ATM skimming continues to advance, but so do the threats. Fraudsters have devised new ways to work around - if not defeat - new anti-skimming solutions, say industry experts who point to global ATM fraud trends.