Will there be a bill of rights for known data breaches where victims will be indemnified and informed of the attack once it happens?
We will see legislators pounce on all these recent breaches to remain in the limelight, grandstand and posture on matters. However, what should really be highlighted is that a lot of the regulatory framework is already in place in other countries and are only issued as guidelines in the United States. They have just not been enforced. Kinda like telling a kid to stay away from the cookie jar when you leave it unattended. Security should not be an afterthought. After all, the only thing we have left with our Banks is Trust, up for review post-TARPS bailout of course, as opposed to placing our hard-earned dollars under the mattress.