The average data breach now costs a company nearly $3.8 million, according to a new study. NBC reports.» Read More
Are women leaving Twitter because of cyber bullies? Catherine Rampell, Washington Post columnist, discusses strategies to protecting yourself on social media.
The WSJ reported that the CIA gave the Justice Department phone scanning technology that is used to track criminal suspects.
Google's latest Android update has an anti-theft feature, which could make stolen phones useless to thieves.
D.C. insiders say foot-dragging by some Silicon Valley firms is making it harder to protect American companies from cyberattacks in real time.
One entrepreneur says his new app promises to turn your smartphone into a digital watch dog for personal finances.
Francisco González Rodríguez, CEO of BBVA, says that banks must have the right channels, infrastructure and organization to ensure security for their customers.
In the era of uber-connectiveness, here are three key things to keep in mind, says AT&T's mobile chief.
No customer information was exposed in the breach, which took place last year, Uber announced. NBC News reports.
Over five billion downloaded Android apps are vulnerable to being hacked, a report said, as attackers exploit flaws in Google's OS.
European and US companies have asked their governments for urgent help in stopping the implementation of new Chinese cyber security regulations. The FT reports.
The FBI said it had placed a $3 million reward on Evgeniy Bogache, who is wanted for alleged involvement in cyber crimes.
A Yahoo executive clashed with the new head of the NSA at a conference over the privacy of online data and new security technologies.
A Yahoo executive confronted the NSA director over the use of digital 'backdoors' that allow government agencies to decrypt online communications.
Gemalto said on Friday it was investigating a report U.S. and British spies had hacked its systems.
The largest SIM-card maker in the world was hacked by the NSA and GCHQ, The Intercept reported Thursday.
Your connected car is getting a little easier to compromise.
U.S. authorities are investigating whether a hacker is behind the online publication of a cache of Morgan Stanley's client data.
There's a new tactic in the war against hackers that could make US companies far less hackable in the future.
To counter state-backed hacking, governments need to start hiring more cybersecurity experts and step up efforts to retain talents, says Joe Loomis, founder & CEO of CyberSponse.
CNBC News Associate Zack Guzman details a suspicious phone call received at work. More and more scams are calling work numbers.
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