More than 140 technolocy companies have joined forces in urging President Obama to reject legislation that they say would create "backdoor access" to personal information stored on mobile phones.
Russian hackers who breached the State Department's computer systems were apparently behind a cyberattack on the White House that breached sensitive areas of its unclassified network, according to a report by CNN citing U.S. officials familiar with the investigation.
President Barack Obama's new executive order could mean severe sanctions against foreign hackers, if they can be clearly identified.
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President Obama is signing an executive order intended to encourage private sector companies to share more information about cyber threats among themselves and with the federal government, the White House announced February 13.
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The Obama administration is planning to announced a new cybersecurity agency called the Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center to centralize cyberthreat intelligence from around the government, the Washington Post reports.
Last week, the White House released its interim progress report on its efforts to protect privacy in the big data era. Within that report is a list of key policy recommendations, some of which closely resemble the goals that civil rights organizations seek.