US government seeks to curb foreign cyber meddling through cloud computing

The order gives the Commerce Department authority to write rules to bar transactions with foreigners in cloud computing products or services, if a foreigner uses them for cyberattacks.

EDPB Publishes Guidelines on Examples regarding Data Breach Notification

The Guidelines complement the initial Guidelines on personal data breach notification under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) adopted by the Article 29 Working Party in February 2018.

U.S. National Cybersecurity Plan to Safeguard Maritime Sector

The U.S Government released on January 5, 2021, a cybersecurity plan to secure the nation’s maritime sector against cybersecurity threats that could endanger national security.

Singapore tightens cyber defence guidelines for financial services sector

Detailed under the Technology Risk Management Guidelines, the revisions were made to keep pace with emerging technologies and shifts in the current threat landscape, said the MAS.

Agencies Propose Faster, Broader Reporting of Cyber Incidents for Banks

Cyberspace Solarium Commission has called for a systematic way for critical private-sector entities to share cyber incidents toward gleaning more information about necessary defensive measures.

Feds will weigh whether cyber best practices were followed when assessing HIPAA fines

Those best practices would need to comply with recommendations from or protecting data from the National Institute of Standards and Technology or some other government-endorsed standards body.

President Trump Releases the National Maritime Cybersecurity Plan

The plan sets forth how the United States government will defend the American economy through enhanced cybersecurity coordination, policies and practices, aimed at mitigating maritime cyber risks.

The Dramatic Year of the Pentagon’s Contractor Cybersecurity Program

Before the idea of CMMC, companies within the defense industrial base simply pledged their adherence to cybersecurity practices outlined by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.

Data questions remain as UK exits EU

Last week’s Brexit deal solidifies the terms under which the United Kingdom will leave the EU. But the issue of data transfers remains open, with great potential for confusion among privacy officers.

European Commission Proposes Bold Steps on Cybersecurity

NIS 2 seeks to promote voluntary cyberthreat information sharing by directing Member States to ensure that covered entities can share cyberthreat information among themselves to improve cybersecurity.

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