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The email that gave Russian hackers access to an Arizona registration base looked like it came from an employee, said an official.
CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin sits down with the Assistant Attorney General for National Security John Carlin at the 2016 Cambridge Cyber Summit in the wake of the arrest of an NSA contractor accused of stealing classified information.
CNBC's Eamon Javers sits down with Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan to discuss the threat of hackers impacting this election year at the 2016 Cambridge Cyber Summit.
Yahoo is challenging a report that it built a program to search all of its customers' incoming emails for U.S. security agencies.
It may be time to rebuild the internet with an ID-based verification system to make online surfing safer, Aspen Institute's Walter Isaacson says.
Microsoft and Google want to make it clear that their email services, Outlook, Hotmail and Gmail, are safe from U.S. government spies.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports the latest details surrounding Johnson & Johnson and the cyber hack of one of the company's medical devices. Jay Radcliffe, Rapid7 senior security consultant, weighs in.
CNBC talked with two cybersecurity experts about the rapidly evolving threats companies face and how they address them.
Research reveals which countries across Europe, the Middle East and Africa have the largest number of devices infected with malware “bots”.
The cyberwar over data escalates with each passing day and is impacting the governments and the global enterprises alike.
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong appeared Monday on CNBC's "Squawk Box" to discuss new strategies in engagement and Yahoo's data breach.
Big corporations are not the most common victims of hacks. Finally, a cyber law may tackle the biggest business threat.
It is possible to re-engineer computer systems so they can't be hacked, says MIT's Howard Shrobe.
Amit Yoran, RSA president, discusses the vulnerability of the "Internet of Things" to hackers and what precautions to take.
A study found 20-percent of US voters may stay home on election day due to cybersecurity concerns.
Apple's messaging app logs phone numbers typed by users, creating data that could be used by law enforcement, The Intercept said.
High-profile hacks of the Democratic National Committee and election databases raise specter of doubt over election results.
Donald Trump's debate performance was mentioned more often on Twitter than Hillary Clinton's, but mostly in a bad way.
While Donald Trump might not be certain about the source of the DNC breach, the consensus is pretty strong among law enforcement and analysts.
New York State's new proposed banking cyber law — aimed at protecting your money from criminal hackers — is already drawing criticism.
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