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At least 500 million user accounts have been stolen from Yahoo, the company confirmed on Thursday.
The famously secretive state opened access to all the websites hosted on its servers late Monday.
A hacker named “Peace” is bringing chaos to the Internet giant just as its sale to Verizon is pending.
Bitcoin qualifies as money, a federal judge ruled on Monday, in a decision linked to a criminal case over hacking attacks against JPMorgan.
The Cambridge Cyber Summit is a one-day summit at MIT's Kresge Auditorium to discuss ways to combat urgent cyber threats and secure America's future.
A free charging station may seem like a lifesaver for travelers, but it could leave you vulnerable to hackers.
Increasingly, security experts don't just want to know how a cyberattack happened, but what country the attack come from.
Hillary Clinton says tech companies can help combat terrorism. Steven Levy, Backchannel, and Shelly Palmer, Palmer Advanced Media CEO, weigh in.
New research released shows financial advisors believe it's important to protect their clients' personal information, but are unprepared to manage a cybersecurity attack. CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports.
The Colin Powell hack, which may have been conducted by group with ties to Russia, makes everyone vulnerable, The New York Times reports.
The suit seeks details about the amount the FBI paid an unidentified vendor for the tool to access the phone.
The panel also accused Snowden of lying about his background and feuding with co-workers.
The world's major central banks have launched a task force to consider setting rules to protect from cyber attacks in wake of Bangladesh heist.
He called the investigations into the 2012 attack in Benghazi as a "witch hunt" in personal emails, NBC News reports.
Megan Smith, U.S. Chief Technology Officer, discusses tech challenges facing the government, cybersecurity and tech's impact on the presidential election. With CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Intel said it would spin out its cybersecurity division and sell a majority stake in it to investment firm TPG for $3.1 billion in cash.
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