New Dems Announce First Ever Artificial Intelligence Working Group.

Led by New Dem Vice Chair for Policy Derek Kilmer, the AI Working Group will develop and advance forward-thinking policies that both encourage innovation and guard against potential risks

CISA Cybersecurity Strategic Plan: Shifting the Arc of National Risk to Create a Safer Future

In March, President Biden released the National Cybersecurity Strategy, setting forth a clear and urgent path for our country. As the nation’s Cyber Defense Agency, CISA plays a central role in advancing toward a future where robust collaboration is the norm and where we rebalance the responsibility for cybersecurity to be more effective and more equitable.


Lindsey Graham and Elizabeth Warren: When It Comes to Big Tech, Enough Is Enough

The digital revolution promised amazing new opportunities — and it delivered. Digital platforms promoted social interaction, democratized information and gave us hundreds of new ways to have fun.

But digital innovation has had a dark side.

This Year’s Health Care Data Breaches Set To Outpace Last Year

As of July 23, health care “organizations covered by HIPAA have reported more than 330 breaches affecting 43 million people, Politico reported July 24,” Becker’s Hospital Review reports. These “2023 data breaches, reported to the HHS’ Office for Civil Rights, are closing in on 2022’s total of more than 52 million, according to the report.” Due to such, “U.S. Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., said he is working on legislation that could set minimum cybersecurity standards for the healthcare sector.”

FTC and HHS Warn Hospital Systems and Telehealth Providers about Privacy and Security Risks from Online Tracking Technologies

The Federal Trade Commission and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office for Civil Rights (OCR) are cautioning hospitals and telehealth providers about the privacy and security risks related to the use of online tracking technologies integrated into their websites or mobile apps that may be impermissibly disclosing consumers’ sensitive personal health data to third parties.


ChatGPT Comes Under Investigation by Federal Trade Commission

WASHINGTON—The Federal Trade Commission is investigating whether OpenAI’s ChatGPT has harmed people by publishing false information about them, posing a potential legal threat to the popular app that can generate eerily humanlike content using artificial intelligence.