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We don't have a Russian problem, we have a Putin problem, says Holman Jenkins, Wall Street Journal columnist, talking about the idea of sanctioning Russian President Vladimir Putin by exposing his corruption.
The president-elect took another swipe on Tuesday at the intelligence community, NBC News reports.
Dustin McKissen's mom supported her family on minimum wage. But as business owner, McKissen says rising wages could crush him.
A code associated with a broad Russian hacking campaign has been detected on a laptop associated with a Vermont electric utility.
Zuckerberg's DIY project got some pretty high-end help. Jarvis is actually built on top of an elite smart home technology by Crestron.
President Obama's Russia sanctions are a political winner, but Jake Novak says they will accomplish nothing.
The hotel chain has hired a computer security firm to help with the investigation and would continue to work with the payment card networks.
Beijia Ma, equity strategist at BofA Merrill Lynch, discusses the technology space in 2016, as well as where to invest in the coming year.
Obama has called for a "thoughtful, methodical" response. But "naming and shaming" Russia might not be enough, George Kurtz said.
George Kurtz, CrowdStrike co-founder & CEO, discusses the environment for cybersecurity as more hacks from domestic and foreign players come to light.
One of Sony Music's Twitter accounts was hacked over the Holiday weekend, spreading hoax news that pop star Britney Spears is dead.
Smart home devices are hot gifts this holiday season, but cybersecurity experts tell CNBC why those gadgets are ripe for hacking.
According to Reuters, the FBI is probing a FDIC hack that began in 2010; breach is believed to have been sponsored by China's military. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports.
We need more people who didn't go to the 'right schools' in Washington, says Dustin McKissen.
Experts warn many of gadgets that lack security and can be vulnerable to a cyber-attack. Reporter Andrea Day has ways you can be smart about your smart home, and protect yourself and your personal data.
The incoming U.S. administration needs to take the DNC and RNC hacks seriously, says Hitesh Sheth at Vectra Networks.
There are competing voices from within the U.S. administration when it comes to U.S.-Russia relations, says Zachary Witlin at Eurasia Group.
Patrick Morley, Carbon Black CEO, discusses Amazon's Echo and the cybersecurity risks of these kind of devices.
Carelessness and well-known security weaknesses are at the core of many large-scale hacks, Stephen Boyer says.
The company gets a US patent covering technology to give it extra anti-hacking protections.
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