National Security Agency Director Army Gen. Paul M. Nakasone has announced the creation of a new entity designed to oversee development of artificial intelligence in U.S. national security systems.
The Cybersecurity for Rural Water Systems Act and the Food and Agriculture Industry Cybersecurity Support Act would address vulnerabilities in agricultural systems and help farmers and ranchers prevent and respond to cyber threats.
California lawmakers have passed Senate Bill 362, known as the Delete Act, that would allow consumers to have every data broker delete their personal information with a single request.
The rise of artificial intelligence brings tools that help cyber criminals clean up language, opening new doors for hackers to break into networks through emails that trick recipients into sharing personal info.
Among organizations that reported data leaks since 2019, 56 percent were private companies, and research found small organizations that employed less than 50 workers were more likely to lose client data.
An internal report reviewing Dallas’ response to a ransomware attack that was planned to be published Wednesday could now have its public release delayed up to two weeks, city officials say.
A U.S. district court judge has issued a temporary injunction against an Arkansas law that mandates social media companies to use third-party vendors for age verification checks on new users or face substantial fines.
With the new law, Texas has launched an online portal for incident reports, giving local government 48 hours to inform the state of ransomware or other suspected cybersecurity breaches.
The pandemic sparked growth in free digital tools for students and teachers. As that trend continues, student privacy protections are gaining more focus — and, it seems, more enforcement.
In 2022, the Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) team at the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC) witnessed cyber threat actors (CTAs) step up their attack attempts against U.S. State, Local, Tribal, and Territorial (SLTT) government organizations.
The gang database “typecast minority youths as gang members without evidence, putting them at risk of false arrest and wrongful deportation,” according to a report by the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project.
A suburban public school district in Pennsylvania has restored Internet connectivity after disconnecting its network last week due to an unspecified security threat, the details of which are still not public.
The prize will focus on rural and municipal electric utilities that lack cyber resources, offering winners funding and technical assistance to help boost their cybersecurity efforts.
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The State and Local Cybersecurity Grant Program could send $1 billion from the federal government down to states and cities, but before anyone gets the money, the spending plans must be approved.