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President Barack Obama has no choice but to publicly reveal the evidence, NBC News political director Chuck Todd tells CNBC.
A government agency that assists states in improving voting systems may have been the target of a hacker.
Hackers have a new target, your email account, as it is the key to other online accounts that contain credit card and banking information.
Russia has denied that it orchestrated a campaign of hacking and leaking designed to undermine the US election, NBC News reports.
The United States is ill-prepared for very serious threats of cyberattack, James Stavridis says.
Yahoo confirmed today that 500 million accounts were breached, Recode reports.
Leon Panetta, former director of the CIA, discusses President-elect Donald Trump's stance on security with CNBC.
That revelation is among the many in an extensive New York Times investigation published Tuesday about a Russian cyberattack operation.
Hackers are stealing people's computer files and only giving them back if they pay money or accept to infect other users, researchers have found.
The attempted hack into Georgia's voter registration database was tied to an IP address associated with Homeland Security, The Wall Street Journal reports.
A privacy expert explains to CNBC's "On the Money" why you shouldn't expect any privacy when you hit the email "send" button.
For Putin, relief from sanctions is a gateway to the goal of establishing Russia as the political and economic equivalent of the U.S.
Cyrus Mewawalla at CM Research explains why Palo Alto Networks, Sophos and Fortinet are his top cybersecurity stock picks.
Transportation workers, along with those in education, retail and technology are most likely to fall victim to ransomware, a report reveals.
As cities get "smarter" and more connected their networks must be segregated to limit the damage hackers can cause, say security experts.
Greg Clark, CEO, Symantec, discusses his company's acquisition of ID protection firm, LifeLock.
Amazon tracks what you have purchased, and what you have browsed and if you share an account, reports USA Today.
Today 43 percent of all cyberattacks target small businesses worldwide. To protect their intellectual property, they need a risk strategy.
In the past year, 689 million people in 21 countries were the victim of cybercrime, according to the Norton Cybersecurity Insights Report.
Friend Finder Network was hacked and information made available on criminal marketplaces, reports The Verge.
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