Kaspersky says it briefly possessed classified NSA files
But that they were deleted almost immediately.
Senators propose reforms to wide-reaching surveillance law
They would require the NSA to have a warrant before searching US citizens’ data.
Russian hackers reportedly stole NSA cyber defense material
The documents were taken from an NSA contractor’s home computer.
Former Equifax CEO blames breach on one IT employee
Someone didn’t install a patch when they should’ve. That’s it. That caused the 145-million person data leak.
Autonomous car legislation heads to US House for vote next Wednesday
If passed, it would allow 25,000 self-driving vehicles to hit the road in the first year.
Congressmen call for investigation of FCC cyberattack claims
Two high-ranking members of Congress want the FCC to be more forthcoming.
FCC says sharing DDoS attack details undermines security
Chairman Pai wants ranking members of congress to just trust that things are under control.
Congress invites tech CEOs to testify at net neutrality hearing
Invitees include CEOs of Facebook, Alphabet and Amazon.
Self-driving cars could hit US roads before federal laws are in place
A House panel approved a measure that would exempt tens of thousands of autonomous cars from state regulations.