Resources for National and Homeland Security

The Cyberlaw Podcast – Interview with Shane Harris
Stewart A. Baker, Alan Cohn, Brian Egan
January 16, 2018

In our 198th of The Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker, Alan Cohn, Brian Egan, and Nick Weaver discuss: US House of Representatives extends surveillance law, rejecting new privacy safeguards; Apple’s China iCloud data migration sweeps up international user accounts; Apple to hand off Chinese iCloud operations to local firm in February; Apple says iCloud China data migration notice sent to some users in error; US Supreme Court to review bid to collect Internet sales tax; Inside Uber’s $100,000 payment to a hacker, and the fallout; and Uber’s latest scofflaw-ware problem; US House of Representatives passes the Cyber Vulnerability Disclosure Reporting Act; Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein’s proposal on encrypted communications; 21st century warfare.House Financial Services Committee hearing on CFIUS reform; Twitter allowed hackers to run an ad on its platform that pretended to come from Twitter itself; speaking of which, where is Twitter's promised Ad Transparency Center? Our guest interview is with Shane Harris National Security Correspondent for The Washington Post. The views expressed in this podcast are those of the speakers and do not reflect the opinions of the firm.


The Cyberlaw Podcast – Interview with Mara Hvistendahl
Stewart A. Baker, Maury Shenk
January 8, 2018

In our 197th episode of The Cyberlaw Podcast, Stewart Baker, Maury Shenk, and Nick Weaver discuss: Spectre/Meltdown: What is the problem? How does it get addressed? What does this mean legally for CPU makers? And for the future of cybersecurity? Customs imposes new limits on border electronics searches and catches flak. No good deed goes unpunished. What the heck is President Macron thinking? Password storage company suffers security failure, sues ArsTechnica for libel. Hal Martin pleads guilty. Our guest interview is with Mara Hvistendahl, National Fellow at New America and a contributing correspondent for Science.


DoD’s New Defense Industrial Base Cybersecurity Rule Aligns with the August DFARS Cyber Reporting Rule
Michael W. Mutek
October 8, 2015
New DFARS Cyber-Reporting and Cloud Rule Impacts Defense Contractors/Supply Chains
Andy Irwin and Michael Mutek
September 15, 2015
DoD Issues Interim Offset Costs Rule
Andy Irwin, Mike Mutek, Jeffrey Cottle, Tom Barletta, Peter Wellington, Paul Hurst, Fred Geldon, Mike Navarre, Ed Krauland, Meredith Rathbone, Jack Hayes, and Alexandra Baj
June 4, 2015
DOD Amends DFARS to Bolster Cybersecurity of Unclassified Contractor Systems, Answering Some Questions and Raising Others
Andrew Irwin, Stewart Baker, Tom Barletta, Ed Krauland, and Teddy Nemeroff
December 11, 2013, The Government Contractor
DoD Issues Final DFARS Rule Regarding Safeguarding Unclassified Controlled Technical Information and Cyber-Reporting
Edward J. Krauland, Stewart A. Baker, Marc Frey, Thomas P. Barletta
December 4, 2013
DoD Publishes Interim Rule on Supply Chain Security for Defense Contractors
Stewart A. Baker, Thomas P. Barletta, Marc Frey, Edward J. Krauland
December 3, 2013
White House Issues Executive Order on Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity
Stewart A. Baker, Marc Frey, Michael Vatis
February 15, 2013
FAR Council Issues Proposed Rule on Private Security Contractors Supporting US Government Programs Abroad
Thomas P. Barletta, Marc Frey, Michael J. Navarre, Meredith Rathbone
August 14, 2012
Steptoe Cyberblog
Stewart A. Baker, Michael Vatis
June 11, 2012
Update on Cybersecurity Legislative Efforts
Stewart A. Baker, Douglas Kantor, Michael Vatis
March 6, 2012
OHL Solutions Fined $1 Million for Failing to Screen Cargo
Marc Frey
February 10, 2012
Mobility Matters Bulletin - July 2011
Marc Frey
July 7, 2011
Security Partnerships Bulletin - July 2011
Marc Frey
July 7, 2011
Mobility Matters Bulletin - February 2011
Marc Frey
February 25, 2011
Security Partnerships Bulletin - February 2011
Marc Frey
February 24, 2011
Mobility Matters Bulletin - November 2010
Marc Frey
November 4, 2010
Security Partnerships Bulletin - November 2010
Marc Frey
November 4, 2010