California, Virginia, and Colorado are the only other states with a privacy law.
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Experts said any cyberattack on critical infrastructure would have devastating consequences.
Seasoned prosecutor Eun Young Choi has been chosen to lead the National Cryptocurrency Enforcement Team (NCET).
The running list of prioritized vulnerabilities will evolve based on CISA's understanding of adversary activity, the agency said.
The State Department has put a bounty on the heads of the leaders of the DarkSide/BlackMatter ransomware.
The bill includes a National Cyber Exercise program that will test the country's cyber preparedness and a "CyberSentry" provision to monitor critical infrastructure.
Federal agencies have until the end of the fiscal year 2024 to "achieve specific zero trust security goals."
The White House and Department of Homeland Security announced the creation of a 15-person Cyber Safety Review Board.
AT&T was awarded 4 different task orders worth $306 million over 12 years.
Senators are demanding more information from the IRS about its now-canceled deal with the facial recognition software company.