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What GDPR requirements mean for U.S. companies

By David Geer 04 Dec 2017

The EU's General Data Protection Regulation legislation goes into effect in May 2018. Don't assume your European business is too insignificant to need to comply. Read More

What GDPR privacy requirements mean for U.S. businesses

By Peter Loshin 04 Dec 2017

Prospects of GDPR enforcement may be sowing fear, uncertainty and doubt. But the policy is also sending a clear message to companies: protect customer privacy, or else. Read More

AT&T 5G headed for 12 U.S. markets this year

By Antone Gonsalves 05 Jan 2018

AT&T plans to roll out 5G mobile services in a dozen U.S. markets by the end of the year. But details on the AT&T 5G services have not been released. Read More

Leaked NSA Ragtime files hint at spying on U.S. citizens

By Michael Heller 01 Dec 2017

Exposed data included new information on the NSA Ragtime intelligence-gathering program, but it is unclear if the evidence proves Americans were targeted. Read More

New report highlights next-gen manufacturing roles in the U.S.

By Shraddha Kakade 03 Oct 2017

Research by UI LABS and ManpowerGroup identified 165 roles that'll shape the "factory of the future," and why there couldn't be a more exciting time to be in manufacturing than now. Read More

GDPR requirements: Channel should educate U.S. customers

26 May 2017

GDPR will go into effect in May 2018, yet many U.S. organizations are only now understanding how the regulation may apply to them; other news from the week. Read More

U.S. government cybersecurity is a mess, according to officials

By Madelyn Bacon 25 Aug 2017

News roundup: John McCain, NIAC and others called out the administration for not doing enough on U.S. government cybersecurity. Plus, the Ropemaker exploit alters emails, and more. Read More

Electronic voting systems in the U.S. need post-election audits

By Madelyn Bacon 28 Aug 2017

Colorado will implement a new system for auditing electronic voting systems. Post-election audits have been proven to help, but are they enough to boost public trust in the systems? Read More

U.S. GAO appoints new members to HIT Advisory Committee

By Kristen Lee 17 Aug 2017

The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently appointed 15 new health IT experts to the also new Health Information Technology (HIT) Advisory Committee, a press release said. "The 21st ... Read More

Valerie Plame: U.S. government cyberdefense must be improved

By Rob Wright 18 Aug 2017

Former CIA officer Valerie Plame discusses why America's cyberdefense is lagging behind -- and what the government and private sector should do to reverse the trend. Read More