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The Paris terror attacks are forcing big tech companies to battle Republicans and Democrats on encryption.
Anonymous's greatest tool against ISIS is to cut off its online recruiting operations, says a former hacker with the group.
Telegram, a highly encrypted messaging app used by Islamic State (IS) to spread propaganda, has taken down public posts made by the group.
Ed Cabrera, Trend Micro, provides insight to fighting cyber criminals in the deep web and battling ISIS online.
The Paris terror attacks have led many government officials to demand access to electronic communications. But the tech industry so far isn't budging.
Hacker group Anonymous has declared war on ISIS after the attacks in Paris, and this time it may be more than just social media.
Last week's deadly terror attacks in Paris and Beirut have stirred up political tensions in an unlikely locale: Silicon Valley.
Facebook is changing the way it handles its Safety Check feature after terrorist attacks in Paris and Beirut.
Terrorists could be using the Sony PlayStation 4 to communicate because it is so hard to monitor, according to Belgium’s interior minister.
Forrester finds the health-care industry is not investing enough to protect medical records from hackers.
Andrew Chanin, PureFunds ISE Cyber Security ETF (HACK), discusses why an ETF designed to capitalize on cybersecurity isn't faring better in today's climate.
U.S. prosecutors unveiled criminal charges against three men, including the largest ever theft of customer data from a U.S. financial institution.
Proofpoint CEO Gary Steele, discusses cyberattacks on social media, and protecting people's information.
Homes are about to get considerably "smarter." But, like almost everything in today's hyperconnected world, there will be trade-offs.
Companies are getting it wrong when it comes to protecting their data. Here's why, says Ken Levine.
Facebook is testing a program that will allow it to answer questions about a photo in order to help blind people "see" images.
Confusion over switching to new chip credit and debit cards are creating a big opportunity for identity thieves, according to experts.
Users were concerned Snapchat was collecting private data after misunderstanding a routine update, Re/code reports.
After the Senate passage of CISA, we turned to the Cyber Threat Alliance for some perspective on the bill.
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