Senate Intelligence Chairman Richard Burr (R-N.C.) recently told The Hill that despite Senate leadership’s pledge to address cyber security in September, it appears the Cyber Security Information Sharing Act, or
The public and private sector have been pushing Congress to substantively address the threat of cyber security. The Senate has responded in the form of the Cyber Security Sharing Act,
The vulnerability of the marine industry to cyberattack seems to be one of our most common themes, along with CISA, of course. Willis recently examined the industry’s vulnerabilities in a
I don’t think a week has gone by where CISA hasn’t made an appearance in The Council’s Cyber Roundup and it doesn’t look like its going away anytime soon. As
The battle over information sharing hasn’t died down going into the last week of August. In fact both sides are doubling down.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has punted CISA information sharing legislation a month down the road but has “vowed to finish a major cybersecurity bill in September,” reports The Hill.
On June 24th, the National Journal hosted an educational event that covered a variety of concerning trends in the ever-expanding digital world. Specifically, speakers and panelists addressed how increasingly alarming cybersecurity risks are
Last week it was announced that the U.S. Office of Personnel Management was hacked, exposing the records of over 4 million current and former government workers. So here is what we know and what we think
A top U.S. Chamber of Commerce official testifyed before the House Homeland Security Committee’s cyber panel and argued that, “lawmakers should focus on the Senate Intelligence Committee’s draft cyberthreat information