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Drenan Dudley, previously serving as deputy national cyber director for strategy and budget at the ONCD, has been appointed as the acting head of the office.
President Joe Biden is poised to sign an executive order necessitating the development of safety and security standards and ushering in new consumer protections for AI.
Regulators in the US are set to tighten the screws on banks regarding which communities they serve through online lending.
Founded in 1991, Sybrin has grown considerably over the past two decades to become a leading global technology company in the provision of payment and information processing solutions. Now the company is set to enter the US market – and has the identity verification market in its sights.
The US-based CISA has launched a notable campaign targeted towards enhancing online safety for Americans.
Government bodies from Israel and the US are spearheading a notable $4m investment in the cybersecurity sector.
In a move to address concerns over personal data privacy, the White House will host a roundtable focusing on the negative practices of data brokers.
In a bid to advance the cyber landscape, the White House has initiated an ambitious competition offering $18.5m in prize money.
The US CISA has pulled the curtains off its Cybersecurity Strategic Plan for the financial years spanning 2024 to 2026.