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CNBC's Eamon Javers says the Wall Street Journal is reporting that the CIA is monitoring domestic money transfers at firms like Western Union, in particular oversees transfers.
CNBC's Bob Pisani reports the CME Group has said they were a victim of cyber intrusion in July. There is no evidence trades were affected.
CNBC contributor Herb Weisbaum weighs in on Ransomware's new customer service site to help victims get their files back.
The Plaid Parliament of Pwning team from Carnegie Mellon let CNBC cameras follow members as they work to claim a coveted hacking title.
Corporations spent roughly $70 billion this year on cybersecurity. CNBC spent a few days with members of the new cyberarmy as they compete in DefCon's Capture the Flag competition.
CryptoLocker has been actively infecting business and person computers worldwide, encrypting files and demanding payment to unlock them.
Is Google being hypocritical of the allegations against the NSA? Rohit Sethi, Compass Security, and John Schindler, U.S. Naval College professor, debate the search engine's case.
Disturbing new findings show that test hackers were able to force a shutdown of U.S equity markets during a simulated cyberattack. CNBC's Eamon Javers discusses if we are prone to an attack with Karl Schimmeck, Sifma vice president.
Herb Weisbaum explains why it is difficult for consumers to protect themselves from a security threat that intercepts credit card numbers from cash registers.
Crooks are using a small and relatively cheap piece of off-the-shelf technology to compromise computerized store cash registers.
Mark McLaughlin, Chairman, President and CEO of Palo Alto Networks, says cybersecurity is still an area that's growing despite concerns about the budget cuts.
As companies increasingly migrate workplace activities to mobile platforms, Serguei Beloussov, CEO of Acronis explains how businesses can secure data on their mobile devices.
Arturas Rosenbacher, IO Capital founding partner, explains why his firm donated $10,000 for a hacking competition to break Apple's security features.
The infamous founder of McAfee Software is back in Silicon Valley and back in the spotlight, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
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.
Actress Lily Collins topped McAfee's list of the most dangerous cyber celebrities of 2013.
CNBC's Andrea Day tracks a global cyber-crime ring stretching from the Ukraine to Brooklyn, involving almost 100,000 stolen credit card numbers.
Shuman Ghosemajumder, Shape Security, discusses the pros and cons of the tech giant's highly anticipated fingerprint technology and reveals whether he give it a thumbs up.
John Pirc, NSS Labs, and Mike Fey, McAfee, discuss what would happen if Syria retaliates against the U.S. in cyberspace.
A group calling themselves "The Syrian Electronic Army" has said to compromise several media sites. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on battle lines re-drawn through cyberspace.
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