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By Mekhala Roy Evaluate Aug 18, 2016

How will the new EU-U.S. data transfer policy change governance?

The new transatlantic data transfer policy framework may require companies to rethink governance processes to follow its security and privacy protocols. Continue Reading


By Mike O. Villegas Evaluate May 24, 2016

Why a federal CISO is necessary for the U.S. government

President Obama's proposed 2017 budget includes a much bigger focus on cybersecurity and calls for the creation of a federal CISO position. Expert Mike Villegas discusses the role. Continue Reading


By Michael Heller News May 10, 2016

U.S. intelligence agencies cut off from Twitter firehose

Twitter ordered its business partner Dataminr to cut off the Twitter firehose feed access for U.S. intelligence agencies, but experts expect the NSA won't miss much. Continue Reading


By Rob Wright News Jul 15, 2016

Microsoft wins email privacy court battle with U.S. government

The U.S. Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Microsoft regarding a controversial email privacy case with the U.S. government that involves data stored in an offshore data center. Continue Reading


By Jason Sparapani News Jul 22, 2016

CIO, business must wield EU-U.S. Privacy Shield

CIOs have a part to play in adopting the enhanced data transfer pact. Also in Searchlight: Survey says majority of companies not ready for digital business; Dell-EMC merger is close to done. Continue Reading


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 Michael Heller News Jun 20, 2016

CIA chief denies encryption backdoor effect on U.S. business

The director of the CIA denied that a government-mandated encryption backdoor would have an effect on U.S. business, but experts said the statement ignores the global market. Continue Reading


By Nick Lewis Evaluate Jun 20, 2016

Is BlackEnergy malware a threat to U.S. utility companies?

BlackEnergy malware may have been part of the attacks on Ukrainian utility and media companies. Expert Nick Lewis explains how this malware works and if U.S. companies are at risk. 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