U.S. Capitol Building, Washington, D.C.A recent bill proposed by the U.S. Senate states requirements for publicly traded companies to increase transparency about cybersecurity threats, risks and breaches. The bill includes disclosure standards such as having publicly owned companies reveal whether anyone on its board of directors has cybersecurity expertise or specialization. Companies would provide this information through U.S. Securities

Critical infrastructure operators and multinational companies must fully disclose cybersecurity breaches and violations to European Union (EU) authorities or face severe penalties under a new EU cybersecurity law.

The law – the Network and Information Security Directive – is aimed at promoting transparency and cooperation between governments and global companies in the response to cyber