Just because a new federal report found no software solution to recreate the full scale of current National Security Agency surveillance does not mean that’s the right policy, privacy pros say.
In gridlocked Washington, the aftereffects of the cyberattack on Sony Pictures may ultimately forces Republicans and Democrats to come together on an information-sharing bill.
The president will flesh out his cybersecurity agenda during his upcoming State of the Union address. But so far the initiatives appear to be little different from previous proposals on breach notification and information sharing.
A White House official said Obama will announce the proposed legislation Monday, along with a measure aimed at preventing companies from selling student data to third parties.
Insider trading is illegal but major players on Wall Street still make tons of money because they're good at using confidential information.
For Microsoft and other US tech companies, a lawsuit over e-mails stored in Dublin is an important test case to demonstrate their willingness and ability to guard customer data from government prying in a post Snowden-era.