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Chris Chelliah, at Oracle Asia Pacific, talks about how companies are warming up to moving their data to the cloud as trust grows.
Adam Blackwell, chair of the advisory board at TechTrace, says estimates suggest the black economy is worth upward of $3 trillion.
Discussing the state of cyber security in the wake of the latest ransomware attacks with Leo Taddeo, Cyxtera Technologies chief information security officer and former FBI special agent, and Stephen Boyer, co-founder and chief tech officer at BitSight Technologies.
Cyber attacks have been allowed to happen because cybersecurity places the onus on consumers to protect themselves, according to the CEO of an anti-fraud fintech firm.
Ukraine's security service said the attack started in Ukraine and spread around the world was by the same hackers who attacked the power grid in December.
NATO says a "state actor" was behind the recent cyberattack
A new WSJ report suggests Michael Flynn was in contact with a GOP operative who was communicating with Russian hackers.
India is pressing Microsoft Corp to offer a sharply discounted one-time deal to more than 50 million Windows users in the country in the wake of ransomware attacks.
A "state actor" was behind the cyberattack that hit over 12,000 devices in around 65 countries on Tuesday, according to NATO.
A man who helped write the computer code behind several U.S. lotteries pleaded guilty to rigging the winning numbers for jackpots in several states.
Rohyt Belani, PhishMe CEO and co-founder, shares tips on how to spot and avoid cyber attacks in your computer's inbox, with "Squawk Box's" Andrew Ross Sorkin.
The FedEx cyberattack could be part of a bigger ploy beyond financial destruction, according to analysts appearing on CNBC.
Discussing the Petya cyberattack that hit companies around the world this week with Charles Carmakal, FireEye's Mandiant cybersecurity consulting group, and Ed Stroz, Stroz Friedberg founder and former FBI special agent.
James Stavridis, U.S. Navy Admiral (retired), provides insight to the meeting between President Donald Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in, where they are expected to talk about growing threats from North Korea.
FedEx's TNT Express subsidiary was cyber attacked, disrupting operations and communications systems, the company announced Wednesday.
Phil Quade, Fortinet chief information security officer, and Adam Meyers, Crowdstrike VP of intelligence, discuss Tuesday’s massive cyberattack that swept across Europe.
A virus affecting businesses throughout Europe is demanding a $300 ransom, paid in bitcoin, from victims.
Over 12,000 machines in around 65 countries including the United States have been hit by the cyberattack.
Those behind the cyberattack affecting Europe have only succeeded in receiving a total of nearly 4 bitcoins, worth just $9621.
Corey Thomas, Rapid7 president & CEO, discusses the latest international cyber attack and why so many computers are still vulnerable.
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