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Facebook and Google were the victims of an elaborate $100 million cyber crime, according to a Fortune report.
Employees at both companies were tricked into sending the funds to overseas bank accounts, according to a report in Fortune.
Hong Kong's position as a financial center makes it a prime contender to become a fintech hub, according to Franklin Tong Fuk-kay of ASTRI.
The internet industry, which considers net neutrality essential for its business, isn't giving up without a fight.
A Russian government-linked group seems to eager to slow down the Macron campaign's progress.
U.S. prosecutors are preparing or weighing charges against anti-secrecy group Wikileaks and its founder for revealing sensitive government secrets, according to the two media reports.
Gaming websites could be spawning a new breed of cybercriminals, according to research which claims that young people are being led into hacking crimes.
Last year cyber crime cost the global economy over $450 billion. Take a look at how A.I. and hackers are teaming up to create new digital armor.
Thursday marks both Trump's 90th day in office and yet another missed deadline on another promise of his presidency.
Trump has already blown deadlines he personally set for his administration, such as his secret plan to defeat Islamic State.
A Russian government think tank controlled by Vladimir Putin developed a plan to swing the 2016 U.S. presidential election to Donald Trump.
When top security expert Dug Song found out he was hacked by student Jono Oberhide, he ended up teaming up and starting a company.
A new biometric exit system would track visa holders’ faces as they leave the country.
British cybersecurity firm Darktrace explained to CNBC why companies should invest in artificial intelligence to secure their networks.
At a news conference in Moscow, Russia Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson answer questions about Russian sanctions, Russian interference in the U.S. elections and the Syrian government's potential involvement in the chemical attacks.
At a news conference in Moscow, Russia Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson answer questions about cybersecurity.
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