"Before it adjourned in August, Congress delayed a vote on the controversial and dangerous Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act."
"The European Union’s highest court on Tuesday struck down a trans-Atlantic pact used by thousands of companies to transfer Europeans’ personal information to the U.S., throwing into jeopardy data traffic that underpins the world’s largest trading relationship."
"Smartphone users can do "very little" to stop security services getting "total control" over their devices, US whistleblower Edward Snowden has said."
"The Internet of Things and corporate supply chains could increase cybersecurity risks, says AT&T."
"In retrospect, it was around Easter that John Hughes began to think something unusual was going on with his middle son, Thomas, a 29-year-old investment banker."
"People ask where the Web is going; it’s going nowhere."
"Hackers broke into a server and made off with names, driver license numbers, and other personal information belonging to more than 15 million US consumers who applied for cellular service from T-Mobile."
"Companies’ lawsuits aimed at preventing public disclosures of vulnerabilities will have a chilling effect on security research, a majority of Passcode Influencers said."