WASHINGTON - Today, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued Binding Operational Directive 20-01, which requires individual federal civilian executive branch (FCEB) agencies to develop and publish a vulnerability disclosure policy (VDP) for their internet-accessible systems and services, and maintain processes to support their VDP.
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Pollbooks, unlike voting machines, do not undergo federal testing and certification and have no uniform standards governing their design or security. There is also no oversight of the handful of vendors who dominate the industry to ensure they keep their own networks secure. Kremlin-linked hackers attempted to breach the network of at least one U.S.
Microsoft has released a set of new tools to help combat deepfakes, which could be used ahead of important events like the upcoming US election to spread false information on the internet. According to the company, its first tool - dubbed 'Video Authenticator' - can analyse an image or video clip to determine whether it has been edited using AI.
(Image credit: Image source: Shutterstock/GlebStock) Within four years, the majority of CEOs will be held personally responsible for cyberattacks that lead to injury and other physical damage. This is according to a new report from Gartner, which asserts that liability for cyber-physical security incidents will "pierce the corporate veil to personal liability" for 75 percent of CEOs by 2024.
One day in December 1989, Eddy Willems got a floppy disk that changed his life. His boss gave it to him after finding the label intriguing: "AIDS Version 2.0," a disease that was new and strange at that time. The company, based in Antwerp, Belgium, sold medical insurance among other things, and some AIDS statistics might prove lucrative, the boss thought.
A really cool feature of Apple macOS, from the security point of view at least, is that all software distributed via the Mac App Store has to be checked by Apple for malicious content - a process known as "notarizing."