The US Federal Trade Commission on Tuesday reiterated its promise that, sometime this year, it will review and seek public comment on its existing Standards for Safeguarding Customer Information. Those Standards implement the Safeguards Rule of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, which requires certain companies that process customer financial information to ensure that the information is kept secure. The FTC first promised to review the Standards back in 2014, when the standards just over a decade old. (The FTC aims to review all of its regulations on a ten-year cycle.) But it later delayed review until 2015 and then again until this year. So only time will tell whether this year will see an opportunity for public comment on cybersecurity regulations that are now almost 13 years old.