Indian government officials say they may delay enforcement of the new Digital Personal Data Protection Act to give small businesses and healthcare organizations more time to comply. A decision on the deadline will come sometime after the appointment of a Data Protection Board in the next 30 days.
A day after the British Parliament approved a bill intended to eradicate child abuse content, cabinet officials called on social media giant Meta to halt a rollout of end-to-end encryption. Meta hasn't provided assurances that it will safeguard users, charged Home Secretary Suella Braverman.
Enterprises are grappling with constantly changing technologies and new stakeholders, making it hard for security teams to achieve both cyber maturity and long-term sustainability. Standardization plays a critical role in cyber resilience, said Sunil Varkey, former CISO of Wipro and Idea Cellular.
The Ukraine war underscores the threats posed by cyberwarfare. India faces its own threats, which means public and private sectors need to work together to defend against nation-state attacks, according to retired Lt. Cdr. Antony KM, vice president of internal audit and cybersecurity at NAB India.
In this episode of CyberEd.io's podcast series, "Cybersecurity Insights," Daniel DeSantis, director of CISO Advisory at Cisco, and Pam Lindemoen, CISO adviser at Cisco, discuss how generative AI will change and elevate the role of the CISO as well as what the future holds for network security.
Any healthcare organization that embeds tracking technologies in its website should carefully review whether it is inadvertently violating HIPAA or other federal regulations, said Nick Heesters, senior adviser for cybersecurity at the Department of Health and Human Services' Office for Civil Rights.
A spate of high-profile ransomware attacks shows that the Asia-Pacific region is squarely in the crosshairs of cybercriminal groups, and some fear that attackers are turning to smaller, regional businesses even less prepared to defend themselves. Expert weigh in on defensive strategies.
With only 90 early adopters, Federal Reserve's FedNow program faces the challenge of persuading U.S. banks to sign on to the real-time payments initiative launched in July. Experts say the Fed could learn some lessons from successful efforts in Brazil and India.
TikTok will pay Irish data privacy regulators 345 million euros to settle allegations that it violated the privacy of underage users. A TikTok spokesperson said the company disagreed with the Irish Data Protection Commission, saying the violations are based on features that no longer exist.
The drumbeat for potential federal legislation to better protect sensitive health information - or at least new regulations - appears to be growing louder in Congress. One of the Senate's four lawmaker doctors is quizzing the healthcare industry on ways to safeguard health data.
China hasn't ordered any restrictions on the use of Apple iPhones by government agencies, according to a Chinese government spokesperson, but the official cited recent security flaws in the iPhone and warned that foreign mobile device manufacturers must abide by domestic information security laws.
As tech companies have jumped to incorporate AI in products, artificial intelligence with no human supervision runs the risk of catastrophe, warned two tech executives before a panel of U.S. senators who intend to introduce regulatory legislation later this year.
Federal regulators have smacked a large California health plan with a $1.3 million fine to settle potential HIPAA violations for two relatively small breaches that affected about 2,250 individuals. But officials indicate "long-standing HIPAA deficiencies" were a "systemic" problem at the insurer.
Adobe, IBM, Nvidia, and five additional tech giants on Tuesday signed onto a White House-driven initiative for developing secure and trustworthy generative artificial intelligence models. The commitments, at least for now, are the closet approximation of targeted AI regulation in the United States.
A federal judge has given the green light for attorneys to proceed with a consolidated class action lawsuit against Meta that accuses the social media giant of intercepting sensitive health information with its Pixel tracking tools used in numerous healthcare websites and patient portals.