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2018 was the year several major tech companies bolstered their cloud businesses through multibillion-dollar acquisitions of software companies.
Storing a partner's biometric passcode seems to be a uniquely younger compulsion, and likely tied to the typical millennial nonchalance around cybersecurity that comes with a digital childhood and regular headlines of data breaches.
A data breach at HealthCare.gov that affected 75,000 people exposed personal information like the last four digits of the Social Security number, immigration status and insurance plan details, officials said in a letter to those affected on Friday.
The number of fake news accounts was "significantly higher" in this year's midterm elections than in the 2016 presidential election and it's only set to grow by 2020, according to the Democratic National Committee's (DNC) top software engineer.
So far this year, at least 3,700 job scams have been reported to the Better Business Bureau, more than double the amount recorded during the same time last year.
Microsoft's president told CNBC the company wants to work with Congress to establish cybersecurity measures for civilians.
Facebook said it received a tip-off from law enforcement about the accounts, which it says may be linked to Russia's Internet Research Agency.
So far, the weather has been a lot bigger problem on Election Day than all the cyberattacks and influence campaigns people were worried about. Cybersecurity FUD and paranoia serves nobody, especially around elections.
Islamic State is still "very much a problem" as it continues to pump out terror content online, Julian King, the EU's commissioner for the security union, said.
SurveyMonkey CEO Zander Lurie told CNBC he is confident his company, which went public at the end of September, will withstand turbulence in the tech sector.
Israel is taking advantage of growing demand in Asia for financial technology.
Experts are increasingly helping shelter workers tackle some of the unique challenges of domestic violence and stalking victims.
Governments, companies and citizens all have a role to play in setting the web back on its original course, the founder of the World Wide Web says.
Jim Cramer warns investors not to panic in the wake of Apple's earnings.
Jim Cramer speaks to Proofpoint Chairman and CEO Gary Steele about his company's latest quarter and the shifting "threat landscape" cybersecurity players like his face.
Twitter accounts linked to what has been called a Russian "troll farm" engaged in influence operations to stir division over Islam in the U.K., a study has found.