Georgia Governor Vetoes Cybersecurity Bill S.B. 315

Tripwire had serious concerns with a cybersecurity bill that was passed by the Georgia legislature in early April. It was Tripwire’s concern that the bill would actually increase cybersecurity risks by criminalizing responsible non-malicious security research. As a result, Tripwire sent a letter to Georgia Governor Nathan Deal asking him ... Read More

Why We Believe Georgia’s S.B. 315 Bill Will Increase Cybersecurity Risk

In 2017, an independent security researcher discovered that a vulnerability had been exploited in the Kennesaw State University Election Center. The researcher responsibly reported the breach to authorities. In response, the Georgia Attorney General’s office requested that a bill (be drafted to criminalize any unauthorized access to any computer or ... Read More