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At his first press conference since Election Day, President-elect Donald Trump answers questions about intelligence agencies and cybersecurity.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on the hot topics from the FinTech Ideas Festival including ways in which companies can cooperate with the government on preventing cyber attacks.
Microsoft is planning to simplify the diagnostic data collection levels, The Verge reports.
The former generals on the Trump team are likely to advocate for a strong response to the cyberattacks against the U.S., says Bob Gourley at Cognitio.
The report said Russia's efforts in the 2016 election were a "significant escalation in directness, level of activity, and scope."
The U.S. intelligence community on Friday accused Russia of interfering in the 2016 election in its strongest terms yet.
New cameras and face recognition technology will allow Big Brother to build a detailed picture of your daily life, privacy experts say.
Trump has consistently denied that Russia directed the hacks against U.S. political organizations.
A.I. assistants are creating thorny legal and privacy questions that experts are scrambling to understand.
The move points to tighter internet controls, the SMCP reports.
The White House will issue a report about malicious cyber activity in both the 2016 presidential election and previous elections.
If we lose confidence in the integrity of the electoral process, we will 'surrender our democracy,' says cyber-security expert Avi Chesla.
Obama sanctioned nine entities and individuals, including two intelligence agencies and four officers of its main intelligence entity.
The new actions, which would be an update of a 2015 executive order, could be announced as early as Thursday or Friday.
The data breach affects individuals who were involved with the state's DHHS prior to November 2015.
Police in Bentonville have a warrant for audio and other records from an Echo, The Information reported on Tuesday.
Cybersecurity firm White Ops says an army of automated web browsers is siphoning millions of dollars of advertising per day away from media outfits and advertisers.
Russia has shut down whole segments of cyber space to punish or threaten countries, NBC News reports.
A "staggering" number of businesses have suffered from poor cybersecurity, according to the CEO of the world's oldest insurance market.
Yahoo has been the internet's troubled child for the past few years, reports NBC News.
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