Henry Blodget, Business Insider CEO, discusses both the privacy and law enforcement side of the government asking Apple to help hack into the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters.
Discussing the government's request of Apple's help on accessing data on the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters, with Former NSA official and current CEO of Area 1 Security, Oren Falkowitz.
If Apple lets the FBI break into one phone, Apple will have to create a tool that will allow the FBI to break into lots of phones, explains Nilay Patel, The Verge editor-in-chief, in describing this a "dangerous situation" Apple is facing.
Cybsersecurity for federal American agencies apparently isn't up to scratch, according to a report by Re/code.
Sen. Ron Johnson, (R-Wis.), discusses why he thinks the Iran nuclear deal "makes no sense" and will likely inject millions of dollars into Iran's military and jeopardizes peace in the Middle East.
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter, discusses the U.S. strategy to fight terrorism. Also Carter weighs in on closing Guantanamo Bay and keeping an eye on North Korea.
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter, discusses how other countries can play a bigger role in fighting terrorism.
France’s economy minister, Emmanuel Macron discusses the job market in parts of Europe in relation to the refugee crisis.
Tim Tompkins, Times Square Alliance president, discusses New York City's security plans for New Year's Eve.
New York City is better prepared than any place in the world, says former NY Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik.
NBC's Ron Mott reports on what party-goers can expect during tonight's New Year celebration amid tight security measures.
Frances Townsend, former homeland security advisor to President George W. Bush and executive VP Mac-Andrews & Forbes, discusses Los Angeles' decision to close schools after a threat they deemed "credible."
President Obama provides an update on the strategy against ISIS, and thanks the U.S. troops.
Terror will not deter us, says Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat, talking about Israel's defense tactics for fighting terrorism.
William Daley, Argentiere Capital, weighs in on the nation's gun control debate and protecting soft targets.
Seamus Hughes, George Washington University, discusses how extremist groups attract American recruits.
Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, discusses strategies to dealing with extremism around the world.
"The boundaries have all been pierced, and it leaves me speechless," says New York Times Columnist Thomas Friedman, in describing when he first learned of suicide bombers, and the new phase of terrorism playing out.
Southern Company President, Chairman and CEO Thomas Fanning, weighs in on whether a situation where the power grid goes down is realistic in the U.S.
We have blind spots out there, says Robert Liscouski, Homeland Security expert, sharing his thoughts on ways the government can increase security in the U.S.