President Obama Includes Cybersecurity, Privacy in SOTU

Washington – President Obama touched on an array of proposals related to increasing cybersecurity and privacy protections for consumers in last night’s State of the Union address.  In the wake of last year’s Sony hack and other high profile breaches, concerns about the security of corporate networks, critical infrastructure, and consumers’ personal and financial information…

CCIA Joins Letter Asking Congress To Increase MLAT Funding

CCIA joined today with several other trade associations in sending a letter urging Congressional leadership to support additional funding for processes related to the United States’ many bilateral Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties. It requests that Congress provide additional resources for the DOJ offices that process foreign law enforcement requests for evidence and electronic records, which…

FTC Speaks On Cybersecurity, How Data Security Policy Should Be Handled

Last week, as the keynote speaker at the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ event about the role of independent agencies in cybersecurity, FTC Commissioner Julie Brill discussed the FTC’s current efforts to enforce sound cyber and data security practices in the commercial sector, and the challenges the Commission faces as data-driven apps and technologies…