Should Baltimore Have Paid a Ransom to End a Cyberattack on City Infrastructure?
While the cost to combat the malware will be in the millions—as opposed to a $100,000 ransom—paying cyber criminals could set a dangerous precedent.
Is the U.S. Government Getting Any Better at Protecting Consumer Data?
Looking back at the Equifax breach in 2017 shows how little the Federal Trade Commission or the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau have done to prevent similar incidents in the future.
Can the Government Force You to Unlock Your Phone?
It's an issue that focuses on the protections granted by the Fifth Amendment.
How Unreliable Data Leads to the Undercounting of Cybercrime
Until we find more certainty regarding how cybersecurity statistics are reported, we won't be to able to fully understand the scope of the problem.