May 10, 2022

Biden signs cybercrime tracking bill into law

The Register, May 10, 2022
The Better Cybercrime Metrics Act, which Biden signed late last week, requires the Department of Justice to work with the National Academy of Sciences to develop a taxonomy that law enforcement can use to categorize different types of cybercrime.

May 5, 2022

Biden Signs Bill To Create Cybercrime Reporting System

Forbes, May 5, 2022
President Joe Biden today signed the Better Cybercrime Metrics Act into law. The measure, which received bipartisan Congressional support, represents the latest step by the federal government to help beef up various aspects of the country’s cyber defenses. The new law establishes requirements to improve the collection of data related to cybercrime and cyber-enabled crime.

April 12, 2022

5 reasons to consider a cybersecurity career in 2022, April 12, 2022
Leaders from the National Cybersecurity Alliance, an organization advancing cybersecurity practices and jobs, see the current cyber hiring deficit as an opportunity for both technical and nontechnical employees to find a rewarding career.

April 1, 2022

Malwarebytes Plans ‘Explosive’ Partner Community Growth in 2022

Channel Futures, April 1, 2022
Lisa Plaggemier is interim executive director of the National Cybersecurity Alliance (NCA).

“Apple has made a lot of positive noises about privacy and security over the last couple of years, but yet, cyber bad actors have still managed to find a way through,” she said. “This goes to show that no organization – public or private – is above reproach and no employee anywhere should think they’re not a potential target. And with that, this incident needs to refocus all technology stakeholders on the importance of collaboration and of heightening our detection, response and reporting efforts through cooperation.”