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By Eamon McCarthy Earls News Apr 06, 2016

U.S. hosts 72% of compromised DNS domains

This week, networking bloggers examine why the United States has so many compromised DNS domains, architecting for things and Brocade's acquisition plans. Continue Reading


By Adam Rice News Apr 01, 2016

Can cybersecurity spending protect the U.S. government?

CNAP articulates the right things, as many U.S. government cyber initiatives do, but what has captured the attention of the Beltway is the billion-dollar budget proposals. Continue Reading


By Francesca Sales Evaluate Apr 28, 2016

Can U.S. states fill the gaps in consumer privacy regulation?

Because of the slow pace of federal policymaking, companies must rely on state legislators for guidance to protect consumer data. But privacy regulation at the state level has its challenges. Continue Reading


By Lynn Haber News Feb 04, 2016

New U.S. Channels Group exec at Xerox

Darren Cassidy has been named president of the U.S. Channels Group at Xerox, which recently announced plans to split into two companies. Continue Reading


By Ahmed Limam Manage Apr 07, 2016

Is U.S. cloud vendor data protection strategy secure?

Does using a U.S. cloud vendor put data at risk? One expert weighs in with advice for European companies; however, U.S. companies would do well to take note. Continue Reading


By Sue Troy News Mar 09, 2016

Blockchain tech: U.S. representative calls on fintech community to educate Congress

Blockchain technology -- perhaps the hottest topic in the financial tech community -- has finally made it on the radar of the U.S. Congress, but it's been a long haul, much more education is needed ... Continue Reading


By Peter Loshin News Mar 03, 2016

Admiral Rogers, chief of U.S. Cyber Command, seeks cooperation

Private sector cooperation with the government is key to successful protection against cyberthreats, says U.S. Cyber Command chief Michael Rogers in an address to RSA Conference 2016. Continue Reading


By Michael Heller News Oct 28, 2015

U.S. and E.U. enter into new data sharing agreement

The European Union and United States have agreed in principle to a new data sharing framework to replace the Safe Harbor pact, but the details of the new rules are still a mystery. Continue Reading


By Jason Sparapani News Feb 23, 2016

U.S. lacks law to make Apple help bypass encryption

The government is using a 1789 law to get Apple to help the FBI bypass encryption on an iPhone used by a suspect in the San Bernardino killing spree. Continue Reading


By Tracee Herbaugh News Feb 17, 2016

Largest paint producer in U.S. eliminates work voicemail

The largest paint producer in the U.S. eliminated work voicemail for roughly 800 employees at its corporate office because of declining popularity among workers. Continue Reading