Howard Schmidt, top cybersecurity advisor to two U.S. presidents, died on Thursday at the age of 67.
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Katie Moussouris on how bug bounty programs have gone mainstream, the success of Hack the Pentagon and Hack the Army, and where things stand with the Wassenaar Arrangement.
By making the Vulnerability Equities Process law, advocates of the idea argue there would be more reliability, transparency and accountability in the process of government vulnerability disclosure.
According to Marcus Sachs, CSO with the North American Electric Reliability Corporation, doomsday fears of a cyberattack against the U.S. electric grid are overblown.
Cris Thomas of Tenable Networks, aka Space Rogue of the L0pht, talks to Mike Mimoso during RSA Conference about the rhetoric and hype surrounding cyberwar, as well as a quick trip down memory lane with the L0pht and its famous 1998 testimony before Congress.
A RSA Conference panel tackles the difficulty in defining cyberwar.
The United States is losing on the cyber-battlefield and face a bleak threat landscape, according to DHS chairman Michael McCaul. But, he says, there is still hope to turn things around.
Citing IoT insecurity, Bruce Schneier called on technologists to get involved with IoT policy at RSA.
Increasingly, governments are outsourcing state-sponsored attacks to mitigate risk and maximize intelligence.
RSA 2017 is previewed and last week’s report on iOS apps being vulnerable to interception attacks, macro malware coming to MacOS, and new Uber open source module are discussed.