Is your privacy the cost of security?
Recently, in the wake of tragedies like San Bernardino or the recent Paris attacks, technology companies are facing pressure to share data with the government in its efforts to combat terror.
Yet is Silicon Valley willing to cooperate? Apple's former chief predicted tech companies would adapt to the challenge, citing the "very dangerous time" marked by terrorism fears.
"I think you're going to see more and more advances in cybersecurity technology over the next year," John Sculley, former Apple CEO told CNBC's "Power Lunch," on Monday. There has to be more "conversation —beyond what we've had today to figure out how do you keep the country safe."
In his speech from the Oval Office on Sunday, President Barack Obama called for "high-tech and law enforcement leaders to make it harder for terrorists to use technology to escape from justice."