Coordinated cybersecurity vulnerability disclosure (CVD) policies in Europe are unfortunately not universal; likewise, legislation to protect ethical hackers still has a way to go. The European Cybersecurity Agency (ENISA) could do more at an EU-wide level to help good faith researchers protect critical digital resources.
Introduction: The integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in our digital world has profound implications, especially for professionals in cybersecurity, privacy, and data security. The Australian Government’s “Safe and Responsible AI in Australia consultation” interim response offers pivotal guidance in this realm. This article explores these insights, underscoring their relevance for these professionals. AI’s Impact on […]
As 2023 comes to a close, it’s essential to look back at the major cybersecurity events of the year and extract crucial learnings and takeaways. This year has been marked by significant incidents that have reshaped our understanding of digital security, privacy, and cyber resilience. Major Cybersecurity Incidents of 2023 Some statistics for reference: Number […]
The blog “The Tale of Two Approaches to Artificial Intelligence – EU AI Act & U.S. Executive Order on Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy AI” was a balanced look at the similarities and difference in approaches to AI. The divergence of approach is a manifestation of our different legal systems, political cultures, and strategic priorities. This […]
A repost of an article one of our members wrote for a client of his, regarding the use case of fully homomorphic encryption as a safeguard against ransomware-borne data exfiltration and various forms of extortion.
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The EU’s Cyber Resilience Act (CRA) recently gained political agreement, and is in the process of being adopted by the parliament. This expansive regulation will deeply affect how ICT products are designed, sold, and maintained in a more secure manner throughout the EU.