Richard Moulds

Despite what seems to be a political deadlock and an endless election cycle, some folks in Washington are indeed trying to accomplish a few items – and potentially for the better as it pertains to concerns about cybersecurity.

Data breaches ranging from Stuxnet to PlayStation have reached most constituents and even their living rooms in some cases. This rash of high level and public data breaches has helped Congress move forward the SAFE Data Act. The proposed bill would establish security and data breach notification standards for organizations that collect private information from consumers and deserves more than casual attention. Keep reading →