Nick Sanna of the FAIR Institute and Safe Security joins to discuss the challenges the White House faces in attempting to harmonize critical infrastructure regulations. Ben has the story of a warrantless phone records surveillance program that is tracking over a trillion U.S. phone records annually. Dave explains how reporters from Rolling Stone tracked visitors to Donald Trump’s Mar-a-lago.
This week, we are joined by Kathleen Hyde from Champlain College Online to discuss NCWES and its potential to scale up the cyber workforce and bolster economic security. Ben has an update on the reauthorization of Section 702 of the FISA Amendments Act. Dave's got the story of a Virginia game warden confiscating a trail camera without a warrant.
Scott Stransky from the Marsh McLennan Cyber Risk Analytics Center joins to discuss recent developments in ransomware, cybersecurity investment, cyber risk analysis, and how artificial intelligence will transform the cyber risk environment, particularly in the insurance industry. Ben's story discusses the new antitrust lawsuit against Google. Dave's got the story of California putting limits on license plate data.
David Brumley, a cybersecurity professor at Carnegie Mellon and CEO of software security firm, ForAllSecure, sits down to talk about the AI Executive Order that was recently signed. Ben's story reviews the outlines of a new Executive Order on AI. Dave's got one organization's attempts to look at data provenance in AI.
Cobun Zweifel-Keegan from International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) sits down to talk about the children’s privacy landscape in the US and beyond. Ben's story discusses whether AI giants may soon have to worry about defamation lawsuits. Dave's got the story on FCC’s renewed interest in net neutrality.