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Posts tagged as “Regulation”

What is the CISA and why do we care

Not leaving politics for a moment, let’s jump into the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency.   This agency made news for the dismissal of Chris Krebs, one…

Zoom settles with the FTC

The Federal Trade Commission has settled with Zoom over user privacy and encryption discrepancies.    The video conferencing company is facing backlash that it didn‘t disclose…

Two results in from the elections we care about

Following up on that vote in Massachusetts, the right to repair law in that state has been expanded, now allowing vehicle owners and independent repair…

Financial earnings season for ransomware operators

It’s financial earnings season for tech… and that appears to include ransomware operators, as the REvil ransomware gang has claimed they made more than $100…

The iPhone 12 may be harder to fix

iFixit is reporting that the iPhone 12 will be even more difficult than previous iPhones for third-party repair.  Specifically, the camera module causes issues if…

The Right to Repair: Broad interest

The New York Times is highlighting the right to repair movement.     Quoting the story: A movement known as “right to repair” is starting to make…

Louisiana calls up the National Guard

The Louisiana National Guard was called in to stop a series of cyberattacks aimed at small government offices across the state in recent weeks, according…

Transportation agencies are lacking cybersecurity

More data on cybersecurity – new research from the Mineta Transportation Institute indicates that US transit agencies are “ill prepared” for a cyberattack. Quoting CIO…