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China’s Ambitious Rules to Secure ‘Critical Information Infrastructure’

China’s new cybersecurity law imposes special requirements when it comes to what it calls “critical information infrastructure.”

China’s Ambitious Rules to Secure ‘Critical Information Infrastructure’

China’s new cybersecurity law imposes special requirements when it comes to what it calls “critical information infrastructure.”


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In the Eye of the Storm

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Show Me Da Numbers: Reflections from the Global Forum on Cyber Expertise’s Annual Meeting

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Cybersecurity Needs More Workers

Filling the range of positions needed will take new approaches and changes to the way we think about cybersecurity positions.


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Changing Our Understanding of the ‘Typical’ Cybersecurity Worker

The cybersecurity industry is currently missing entire demographics in the workforce.


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What A Massive DDoS Attack Tells Us About International Cybersecurity

The interconnected internet means one country’s inability to secure its systems can have a negative effect on another.


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Ten Key Takeaways from Cybersecurity for a New America 2017

Ten takeaways from New America's 2017 Cybersecurity for a New America conference.


From the Mob to Apple: Government Hacking is Nothing New

The United States is at a fork in the road, and we must consider what role law enforcement hacking should play in criminal investigations.


Cybersecurity Initiative's Peter W. Singer Testifies to Congress

Peter W. Singer Testifies to Congress on "Digital Acts of War", sharing thoughts on cybersecurity and deterrence.


The Problems with Seeking and Avoiding True Attribution to Cyber Attacks

Attribution to cyber attacks means different things to different audiences. In some cases analysts only care about grouping multiple intrusi


No, Norse is Not a Bellwether of the Threat Intel Industry but Does Hold Lessons Learned

Brian Krebs published an outstanding report today titled “Sources: Security Firm Norse Corp. Imploding” which has led to the emergence of a


Context for the Claim of a Cyber Attack on the Israeli Electric Grid

Dr. Yuval Steinitz, the Minister of National Infrastructure, Energy, and Water resources, announced today at the CyberTech Conference in Tel