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By Suzanne B. Schwartz Protecting medical devices from ever-shifting cybersecurity threats requires an all-out, lifecycle approach that begins with Read More.
There are new minimum requirements for code signing for use by all Certificate Authorities (CA), according to the Code Signing Read More.
The Organization of Scientific Area Committees (OSAC) for Forensic Science approved the National Fire Protection Association Guide for Fire and Read More.
Methane emissions from new and existing sources in the oil and gas sector are under the microscope of the Environmental Read More.
There is a new standard called USB Type-C Authentication, which could protect USB-C capable devices from low-end USB chargers and Read More.
A final rule published that updates requirements for personal protective equipment (PPE) for workers in general industry, shipyards, longshoring, marine Read More.
The final version of a document outlining the process for developing cryptographic standards and guidelines just released. NIST Cryptographic Standards Read More.
For years, when a credit card ended up swiped, the number would remain stored on the card reader, making encryption Read More.
As the number of employees who telework trends upward, and new kinds of devices end up used, there is new Read More.
In just two years, the Cyber Security Framework now sees use by 30 percent of U.S. organizations and that number Read More.