Cyber Policy in the News

A priest’s phone location data outed his private life. It could happen to anyone. How an unregulated market for personal
China's new software policy weaponizes cybersecurity research China’s new policies would allow its hacking teams to free ride on cybersecurity
Following SolarWinds & Colonial Hacks, Leading National Security Senators Introduce Bipartisan Cyber Reporting Bill WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Mark R.
U.S. announces new cybersecurity requirements for critical pipeline owners The Department of Homeland Security warned of "urgently needed protections" on
Apple's iPhone has a 'major blinking red five-alarm-fire problem with iMessage security,' according to a cybersecurity researcher An iMessages security
U.S., allies accuse China of hacking Microsoft and condoning other cyberattacks The condemnation stops short, however, of punishing China for
Israel and Morocco Sign Agreement to Promote Bilateral Cybersecurity Efforts Israel and Morocco Sign Agreement to Promote Bilateral Cybersecurity Efforts
Reporters Reveal 'Ugly Truth' Of How Facebook Enables Hate Groups And Disinformation In a new book, Cecilia Kang and Sheera
Iranian Cyber-Espionage Group Posed As London University Academics An Iranian cyber-espionage group used sophisticated methods to gain access to information
How did my phone number end up for sale on a US database? A journey of discovery into the somewhat