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Bitcoin plunged from a record high after cyber attackers demanded ransom in the digital currency.
CNBC's Josh Lipton recaps on the latest from the global 'WannaCry' cyberattack. John Sipher and Nils Puhlmann, both experts at 'The Cipher Brief,' discuss what the companies should be doing to patch up the problem.
How to tell if you're at risk from the WannaCry ransomware and what to do if you have been attacked.
Roger McNamee, Elevation Partners Co-Founder and Austin Berglas, Head of Cyber Defense practice for K2 Intelligence, weigh in on the global cyber attack that affected companies in over 150 countries over the last few days and what to expect.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports the latest on the global cyberattack that affected companies in over 150 countries over the last few days.
Joanne Bradford, SoFi COO, weighs in on how companies are protecting themselves on the heels of a worldwide cyberattack, mortgages, student loans and refinancing.
Walter Isaacson, Aspen Institute CEO, and Leo Taddeo, former FBI special agent in charge of cyber branch, discuss the global cyberattack that affected companies in over 150 countries over the last few days and what the government needs to do.
Cybersecurity stocks jumped Monday as an ongoing cyberattack affecting factories and hospitals hit at least 150 countries.
Michael Leiter, former director of the U.S. National Counterterrorism Center and Michael Sulmeyer, director of the Harvard Kennedy School Cyber Security Project, weigh in on who to place the blame on regarding the WannaCry virus and Microsoft’s response.
Security experts say a second wave of the attack could strike Monday as employees return to work.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports the latest on the cyberattack that affected 200,000 Windows computers worldwide.
Cybersecurity experts warned that leaks of NSA and CIA hacking tools could lead to more hackers exploiting them.
"We've never seen something sweep across the planet at this speed," James Stavridis tells CNBC.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew discuss the WannaCry ransomware cyberattack that affected 200,000 computers worldwide.
"That's a common misconception," Aleksandr Yampolskiy told CNBC when asked if Apple users can't be affected by other cyberattacks.
Adm. James Stavridis, former NATO commander and Tufts Fletcher School dean, discusses the WannaCry ransomware cyberattack and his outlook for cyber threats across the country and the globe.
The amount the hackers will demand is expected to double from $300 to $600 on Monday.
Aleksander Yampolskiy, SecurityScorecard CEO, discusses the global cyber attack that affected companies in over 150 countries over the last few days and what computer users should do to protect themselves.
Ransomware attacks like WannaCry can be avoided by keeping software and anti-virus programs up to date, authorities said.
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