Experts want clarity among potential IoT regulations
A new report from the Government Accountability Office that lays out the security risks, possible economic ramifications and other implications of IoT.
Tech-savvy lawmakers found blockchain caucus
Two lawmakers are joining hands across the aisle to form a congressional caucus to promote blockchain — the distributed ledger technology underlying bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
Could Uber be deemed critical infrastructure?
The president's cybersecurity commission is weighing changes to the way the U.S. government defines which industries are vital to the life of the nation — a move with potentially enormous legal and financial impact on the business sectors involved.
Lawmakers, officials stress connected car security to protect drivers
Sen. Ed Markey and FTC Commissioner Terrell McSweeny are trying to raise awareness about the need for security as vehicles become more connected.
FDA wants input on medical device cybersecurity
The Food and Drug Administration has put out draft guidance to help medical device makers manage the cyber vulnerabilities of connected pacemakers, insulin pumps and other networked gadgets after they’ve gone to market.
New drone for Christmas? You must register before flying — FAA
As Americans unwrap shiny new drones in record numbers this holiday season, the Federal Aviation Administration is requiring the pilots of the unmanned aerial systems to register them online before taking to the sky.