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CEOs, CIOs Could Face Jail Time Under Data Breach Legislation

A new bill (PDF) unveiled by Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) proposes sending executives to jail if they oversee certain types of data breaches.

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FTC Official Urges National Data Breach Law

A U.S. trade official has called for Congress to pass federal data breach legislation. So reports Bloomberg.

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Internet-of-things Cybersecurity Bill Returns to Congress

Legislation to bolster the infamously shaky cybersecurity of connected devices is once again working its way through Congress. So reports CNET.

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Congress Weighs Nationwide Data-privacy Rules

House and Senate lawmakers last week were considering whether to enact federal legislation on data privacy.

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What Facebook’s German Rebuke Means for Data Security

A recent regulatory ruling against Facebook applies only to users within Germany, but it could reverberate for information security professionals far more widely.

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Facebook Faces Possible 'Record' U.S. Fine Following Data Breach

The Federal Trade Commission is considering what would be a “record” fine against Facebook. So reports The Washington Post and Bloomberg.

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Google Fined $57M in France Over Data Protection

The first U.S. company to be hit with a hefty penalty under Europe’s new General Data Protection Regulation has turned out to be Google. So reports The Times.

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Financial Firms Brace for Cybersecurity Crackdown

Financial regulators are poised to step up enforcement of cybersecurity rules in 2019, many legal and security experts predict. So reports Investment News.

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SEC Ups Cyber Priority in New Exam Structure

The SEC will refocus its exam priorities on cybersecurity, digital assets and issues related to retirement savers. So reports Pensions & Investments.

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China Looks to Protect Markets with New Cyber Rules

China issued new security regulations to extend rules pertaining to market-sensitive data provided by foreign vendors, such as Reuters and Bloomberg, to also include domestic providers. So reports the South China Morning Post.

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