President Obama this past week made strong remarks to spur Congress and populist support toward banking regulatory reform.
But what's likely to happen? And when?
Christie Sciacca, formerly with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, discusses:
The substance of Obama's proposals;
What's likely to occur in...
The former White House acting senior director for cyberspace who conducted President Obama's 60-day cyberspace policy review will advise Cisco on advancing cybersecurity policy and tighter partnering between the private and public sectors.
"The recent intrusions reported by Google are a stark reminder of the importance of these cyber assets, and a wake-up call to those who have not taken this problem seriously." - National Intelligence Director Dennis Blair
Johns Hopkins University's-Whiting School of Engineering is now offering a new part-time graduate program in information security.
This MS degree program is an effort toward filling the surging demand for cyber engineers and scientists with technical expertise in information assurance (IA) within government and...
In the Crossfire: Critical Infrastructure in the Age of Cyberwar, the survey of 600 IT and security executives from 14 countries, reveals which country - China, Russia or the U.S. - is most likely to launch a cyber attack against foreign digital assets.
"One of the reasons our networks aren't secure is we have a lot of people who are always willing to say no," CSIS Senior Fellow James Lewis says. "Don't tell me why we shouldn't do something; tell me what we should do."
Combining pay, benefits, career training and job challenge, the Defense Information Systems Agency is second to none, including the private sector, in attracting qualified IT security candidates, DISA's Myra Powell says.
Malicious criminal attacks have doubled, and the average cost of a data breach has increased to $204 per compromised record.
These are the headlines from the 5th annual "Cost of a Data Breach" study by the Ponemon Institute.