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Tom Leighton, Akamai Technologies CEO, talks about cybersecurity, and the company's quarterly results.
Hiscox Insurance CEO Steve Langan argues that businesses are not prepared for an "epidemic of cyber crime."
The arrest of several of Russia’s top cybersecurity figures has led to speculation that there’s a shakeup inside the country’s national security service related to hacks surrounding the US election. Buzzfeed reports.
Facebook is the first major platform to support the NFC system, although availability is still spotty, The Verge reports.
President Trump's official Twitter account, @POTUS, was linked to a potentially insecure Gmail account until mid-afternoon Thursday.
You may live in security hot zone, according to data from Webroot, an internet security firm.
SentinelOne CEO Tomer Weingarten told CNBC he hopes the company could start preparations to go public in two years.
Lloyds Banking Group is working with law enforcement agencies to trace who may be behind a recent cyber attack.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating a previously disclosed data breach at Yahoo, the company said in a filing.
Anonymous issued an ominous warning to Donald Trump ahead of his inauguration, saying he's going to "regret" the next four years. NBC News reports.
The website of America's new cyberczar — former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani — was unprotected from hackers, say experts.
Robert Herjavec, Herjavec Group CEO, weighs in on cybersecurity, Russia hacks and President-elect Donald Trump's cybersecurity team.
Rudy Giuliani will help President-elect Donald Trump engage with private industries on cybersecurity, The Verge reports.
The president-elect, in his first news conference in months, accused "the intelligence agencies" of "disgraceful" leaking, NBC News reports.
"We do not have a problem [with encryption] today," Congressman Darrell Issa told CNBC.
At the Senate Foreign Relations Committee confirmation hearing for Rex Tillerson to be secretary of State, Tillerson answers questions about Russian interference in U.S. elections and sanctions against Russia.
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