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Facebook has seen an increase in the number of data requests from governments, stating that nearly two–thirds come with gagging orders.
A Fed official tells CNBC that the Fed has no authority to see oversee cybersecurity precautions for foreign assets held at the NY Fed.
From attack to sale, inside a cybercriminal network that sells stolen credit cards on the dark web.
Forter, a start-up that uses a complex algorithm to help e-commerce sites detect fraud, has raised $32 million.
The Fed should improve the verification process for reporters and make embargoes more clear and consistent, the report said.
The Android maker ran over 400 million security checks of devices and wiped over 200,000 lost or stolen devices per day, the company says.
The new BVP Cyber Index reveals the relationship between high-profile data breaches and IT security stocks.
A former Reuters journalist who was convicted for aiding a hacker group, was sentenced to prison today. The Verge reports.
The criminals behind the recent ransomware attacks on U.S. hospitals operate like scrappy start-ups, attacking a multimillion-dollar market.
Website administrators have failed to "patch" the codes leading to cyberattacks, according to Symantec.
The FBI's secret method for unlocking the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters would not work the later models.
This tax season cybercriminal gangs are targeting company executives to steal U.S. tax returns.
The ultimate password reset, which will end the annoying 'Forgot your password?' era, is already here.
The U.S. Department of Defense has put together a prize fund of $150,000 for any hacker who can find vulnerabilities in its security.
In a new survey, 40 percent of executives said they do not feel personally responsible for the ramifications of cyberattacks.
Cellebrite, the Israeli company that may have helped the FBI hack a terrorist's iPhone, may have used their Universal Forensic Extraction Device to do the job.
The company lacks information on the method used to break into the iPhone of a gunman in San Bernardino, Calif. The NYT reports.
The CNBC All-America Economic Survey shows 57 percent of Americans agreeing that privacy trumps needs of law enforcement in the encryption debate.
Major forms of communication should not be beyond the reach of the law, author Walter Isaacson says.
Apple refused to help the FBI crack an iPhone out of fear that a backdoor would exist for hackers. The government's workaround is a concern.
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