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Banning TikTok won’t protect Americans’ sensitive data

by Justin Sherman

Banning TikTok because of its Chinese owners leaves policymakers playing a game of whack-a-mole instead of focusing on privacy legislation that matters. 

Cyber Command's rotation 'problem' exacerbates talent shortage amid growing digital threat

by Suzanne Smalley

Many former Cyber Command and NSA officials say the military's rotation system and approach to retirement robs the military of cyber talent.

Federal courts left Americans' data exposed, senator tells Supreme Court chief justice

by Tonya Riley

Sen. Ron Wyden said privacy rules aren't being followed, putting thousands of Americans at risk of having their most sensitive data exposed.

Security experts urge Fick's speedy confirmation as first U.S. cyber ambassador

by Suzanne Smalley

Supporters called Nate Fick a seasoned cybersecurity leader who is not afraid to take controversial positions.

Langevin amendment to boost cyber defenses for critical infrastructure wins House approval

by Suzanne Smalley

The designated entities will be required to report how they manage cyber risk for critical assets.

Langevin pushes for critical infrastructure protections in annual defense bill

by Tim Starks

Rep. Jim Langevin's amendment reflects one of the biggest unfulfilled Cyberspace Solarium Commission recommendations.

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