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Think your new smartphone is safe from cyberattacks? Think again. Many Android phones are vulnerable, as updates are not widely prevalent.
Infamous computer hacker Andrew Auernheimer is opening a hedge fund that will short companies vulnerable to security breaches.
Buyer beware! Up to 70% of Android smartphones may be vulnerable to hackers. CNBC's Scott Cohn reports.
If you’ve filed tax returns and think everything is OK, guess again. Phone and email scams try to nab your data by impersonating the IRS.
Tax scammers have no deadline, and the Heartbleed vulnerability threatens websites. CNBC's Scott Cohn reports.
Millions of Americans have had their medical records breached since 2009 and the problem is growing. Some warning signs your data have been compromised.
Medical identity theft is a growing problem with 50 million data breaches each year. Also this week, Target is once again facing heat from Congress for its payment processing breach. CNBC's Scott Cohn and Sheila Dharmarajan report.
As millions of Americans file their taxes online, cybercriminals are ready to pounce. Here's how to protect yourself online.
As millions of Americans move to file their taxes online, cybercriminals are ready to pounce. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on how you can prevent a tax fraud.
With identity theft rising, here's a look at some of the most dangerous kinds of attacks on websites. Plus, how to protect yourself online.
How safe is your personal information online? CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the top three website attacks that could lead to your identity being stolen.
Even as cybersecurity professionals try to fight cybercrime, they can't help but admire hackers' intelligence.
What do the brightest think about those on the other side of the cyberwar? CNBC's Eamon Javers reports from the RSA Security Conference in San Francisco.
A cybersecurity firm said it uncovered stolen credentials from some 360 million accounts that are available for sale on cyber black markets.
CNBC's Eamon Javers talks with House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers about how hackers have tried to exploit any weakness in financial markets' computer networks.
In the wake of a cybersecurity firm reporting 360 million stolen credit cards are being sold on the black market, CNBC's Eamon Javers details the "dark web," the network for cybercrime. Javers also comments on the NSA privacy debate taking place within the industry.
CNBC's Eamon Javers takes a look at the most innovative and valuable companies in the cybersecurity space.
A San Francisco gathering of cybersecurity professionals is underscoring the divide in their community over the NSA. A look at the turmoil.
As more users turn to online dating platforms to find love, they need to be cautious. Here are three cyber security traps to avoid.
Hackers are turning to online dating to cash in on the search for that special someone. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports.
By attacking business computer networks, hackers are accessing company secrets and confidential strategies and creating huge losses for the overall economy.
China is working feverishly to counteract its slowest GDP growth in recent years, and one of the ways it’s doing so, say U.S. officials, is through the theft of American corporate secrets.
US businesses are enduring an unprecedented onslaught of cyber invasions from foreign governments, organized crime syndicates, and hacker collectives, all seeking to steal information and disrupt services, cybersecurity experts say.
Smartphone dependency is up sharply, particularly among lower-income Americans, according to new Pew data.
Can the tech industry credibly oppose anti-gay discrimination and be a cozy boys club that itself discriminates against women?
Big oil is cutting dividends. Banks are a mess. Apple's dividend is the best stock income bet going, and it's growing.
CNBC explains exactly what the aircraft autopilot is, how it works and how safe it is.
A guide to how aircraft manufacturers equip all their planes so that investigators know what happens in a crash.
Cord-cutting will bring huge changes in TV viewing. Apple already controls our phones. Will it control our TVs too?