CTRL Center’s Reference Desk offers a region-by-region survey of data-protection laws. Unfortunately, just like everything else relating to cybersecurity, the landscape is constantly changing. Where can you go to make sure you know the very latest legal developments? Read on for some advice. After many years of looking the other way, the U.S. government has finally mustered to the political will to “do something” about cybersecurity regulations. The only trouble is, the Feds never seem to do just one something but instead start dozens of somethings all at once. Indeed, cybersecurity regulations will likely arrive not just from the corners you’d expect—such as the Federal Trade Commission—but also ones you might not expect—such as the Food & Drug Administration and the Department of Transportation. Here at the CTRL Center, we do our best to keep our offerings as fresh as possible. But there are organizations that specialize in these precise topics, and they can give you even fresher information than we can. If you need more updates—or if you want to go deeper than our thumbnail surveys—here are some of our favorite sources for keeping track of cybersecurity and privacy regulations.