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In a rare bit of good cyber security news, Chinese hacking thefts of American corporate secrets have plummeted in the last 13 months, NBC News reports.
Security experts speak to CNBC and assess the possible outcomes of Russia hacking the election in the United States.
The Verizon CEO said he was "not that shocked" about a Yahoo data breach where the user information of 500 million users was stolen.
At the debate, Trump said he doesn't know if Russia is trying to hack the U.S. election, despite U.S. intelligence blaming Putin, NBC News reports.
As Yahoo's embattled email service suffers through a slew of bad news, some users are finding it hard to leave.
Officials said they are "confident" that the Russian government directed those attacks on American political organizations.
Recent high-profile data breaches reveal a common weak spot that needs to be addressed in order to prevent future attacks, says former Homeland Security chief Michael Chertoff.
A system intended to scan for spam helped Yahoo to search for messages tied to the communications of a terrorist organization, New York Times reports.
Putin is a person who doesn't react well to threats, says Nina Khrushcheva, The New School, talking about what a Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin relationship would likely look like. And David Remnick, The New Yorker, provides perspective.
The FBI is investigating whether National Security Agency contractor Harold T. Martin stole and disclosed highly-classified computer code, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.
Yahoo was forbidden from disclosing the order and the collection is no longer taking place, The New York Times reports.
Employees may be the biggest cybersecurity threat organizations face, cybersecurity experts agreed.
Most cases of domestic terrorism can now be tied back to social media platforms, Assistant Attorney General for National Security John Carlin says.
The Justice Department's John Carlin talks about the arrest of a NSA contractor for allegedly stealing government secrets.
The stock was slightly positive before the report, but dipped into the red after.
The NSA has lost some terrorists because of encryption, but the agency remains supportive of the use of the technology, its general counsel says.
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