At the end of December, China acknowledged the existence of the coronavirus. We don’t know how long it has been around or how many people have actually contracted the virus. We do know the virus has spread at an alarming rate and that people with the virus can now be found in 25 countries aroundRead More
Posts from Susan Ebner
U.S. Government Issues Alert Regarding Critical Windows 10 Update – Are You Entitled To Compensation?
Earlier this month, the National Security Agency (NSA) discovered a serious security flaw in Microsoft Windows 10 cryptographic functionality, CVE-2020-0601.That security flaw could render trust certifications used to authenticate sources in communications and files vulnerable to spoofing or attack. As the NSA Cybersecurity Advisory notes, “[e]xploitation of the vulnerability allows attackers to defeat trusted networkRead More
On January 16, 2020, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) issued its NIST Privacy Framework Version 1.0 (Privacy Framework). The Privacy Framework follows the same type of structure as the NIST Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity, which was first issued in February 2014 (NIST Cybersecurity Framework). Specifically, NIST identifies the Privacy FrameworkRead More
Securing the Information and Communications Technology Services Supply Chain – Proposed Department of Commerce Rule
The Department of Commerce (Commerce) recently issued a proposed regulation to better secure the United States’ information and communications technology and services (ICTS) supply chain. The ICTS supply chain supports how government, industry and the public communicate and conduct their business. The ICTS supply chain encompasses the generation, storage and transmission of data for criticalRead More