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  • The official seal of the Federal Bureau of Investigation is seen on an iPhone's camera screen outside the J. Edgar Hoover headquarters on Feb. 23, 2016, in Washington, D.C.

    The FBI moved to vacate a hearing with Apple, as it tests another way to unlock the iPhone used by the San Bernardino shooter.

  • You don't have to be Edward Snowden to hide your email from the NSA. Here is a basic primer on how to encrypt your online communications.

  • Mandiant, a U.S. cybersecurity company, has been bought for more than $1 billion, highlighting concerns on government online spying. The FT reports.

  • McAfee's top security threats for 2014

    Michelle Dennedy, chief privacy officer at McAfee, discusses the top cybersecurity and privacy threats to consumers in 2014. CNBC's John Fortt weighs in.

  • Is Bitcoin the currency of criminals?

    Raj Samani, McAfee, CTO, discusses the basic problem with virtual currencies and explains how they are used in criminal activity on the Internet.

  • GOP's surprising choice to help fix Obamacare

    CNBC's Health Care Reporter Dan Mangan talks about why he was surprised that House Republicans reached out to John McAfee for help fixing the Obamacare website problems.

  • John McAfee wants "Breaking Bad" actor Bryan Cranston to play him.

    The founder of McAfee Inc. is back, taking meetings, speaking at events and promoting ventures. "When I'm idle," he said, "I get in trouble."

  • McAfee: I would fire almost everyone at Microsoft

    John McAfee, McAfee anti-virus founder, shares his thoughts on Microsoft's next CEO, his favorite tech leader, and why he would not take venture capital money, with CNBC's Jane Wells.

  • John McAfee speaks out on new technolgoy

    The infamous founder of McAfee Software is back in Silicon Valley and back in the spotlight, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.

  • John McAfee resurfaces

    The anti-virus pioneer has been on the run since law officials wanted him for questioning in a neighbor's murder. CNBC's Jane Wells talks with him about the unsolved murder and his newest self-funded project.

  • Syria: The cyberthreat

    John Pirc, NSS Labs, and Mike Fey, McAfee, discuss what would happen if Syria retaliates against the U.S. in cyberspace.

  • Cyber-attacks: smaller companies more at risk

    Andrew Miller, director of information security at PWC and Raj Samani, vice president and chief technology officer at McAfee EMEA, talk about the rise of cyber-attacks and what it means for the global economy.

  • A coalition of law enforcement officials, political leaders and consumer groups, wants a "kill switch" installed on all new smartphones. The NBC reports.

  • Cyberattacks on the Rise: Expert

    Michael DeCesare, McAfee president, provides suggestions on how to protect your online information.

  • Investigating the nine day long cyber attack against Spamhaus, McAfee Senior Vice President Pat Calhoun provides advice in how to deter similar attacks from taking place in the future.

  • Computer networks at major South Korean banks and top TV broadcasters crashed Wednesday, prompting speculation of a cyberattack by North Korea.

  • McAfee Senior Vice President, Pat Calhoun, advises to create a whole new security 'ecosystem' to combat the cyber war we are currently, but perhaps unknowingly, submerged in.

  • McAfee Warns of Mobile Hacking

    Todd Gebhart, co-president at McAfee, warns of new risks to mobile security, and adds that one-third of users do not bother with passwords.

  • Mike Baute

    Hackers have hit many U.S. companies, but few have admitted it. Now, some are going public, reflecting new ways of judging the risks and benefits of such moves.

  • Fed Hack Attack

    CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the Federal Reserve says a recent hack attack did not affect any "critical operations." Pat Calhoun, McAfee senior VP for network security, discusses how hacking can be prevented and who the most dangerous hackers are.