CNBC's Leslie Picker reports on how some companies gather consumer data and sell it to other companies. » Read More
Trump on Wednesday tweeted that a former CIA analyst, Larry Johnson, had accused Britain of spying on the Trump campaign. » Read More
CNBC's "Power Lunch" team is joined by John Carlin, former assistant attorney general for the U.S. Department of Justice's National Security Division, to discuss how companies are selling consumer data. » Read More
Leo Taddeo, former FBI special agent in charge of the cyber division in New York, and CNBC's Leslie Picker join "Squawk Alley" to discuss how big box stores collect data to better market products and provide information to investors. » Read More
The U.S. wants to extradite Assange, who was arrested at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, where he had been living for nearly seven years.
Bill Barney of Reliance Communications and Global Cloud Xchange discusses the security of undersea cables. He says that GCX focuses a lot of energy on making sure the systems are "well guarded," especially near the shore.
The CEOs of America's largest banks testify on Capitol Hill this morning about how the industry has transformed in the 10 years following the financial crisis. Rep. Frank Lucas (R-Okla.) questions Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman, Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon, Bank of America Brian Moynihan, BNY Mellon CEO Charles Scharf, State Street CEO Ronald O'Hanley and Citigroup CEO Michael Corbat. They discuss how the banks are working on cyber security.
Fraudsters are now trying to convince HR personnel to change your direct deposit paycheck information.
"I think that from my standpoint, within a week I will be in a position to release the report to the public," Barr testified.
The departures of Homeland Security chief Kirstjen Nielsen and Secret Service head Randolph "Tex" Alles will add to an already difficult public-private disconnect on cybersecurity.
Spending on technology will near $4 trillion in 2019 as the cloud computing boom, threat of hacking and rapidly evolving consumer preferences in mobile demand the full attention of corporate executives to keep their companies from being disrupted.
Facebook officials touted new fact-checking efforts and technological advances such as the ability to detect when videos had been doctored.
Britain proposed new online safety laws on Monday that would slap penalties on social media companies and technology firms if they fail to protect their users from harmful content.
J.P. Morgan spends almost $600 million annually to tighten its defenses and ward off a constant stream of attacks, Dimon says.
Facebook came under criticism after a video of the deadly attack on mosques in Christchurch was livestreamed and widely circulated on its platform.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is terminating all research and funding links with Chinese tech companies Huawei and ZTE in light of recent U.S. federal probes.
Cybersecurity experts say they want more information to back up the stunning claims that Saudi Arabia may have been involved in a plot to hack Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' cell phone.
Pro-Trump super PAC funded by billionaire banker Andrew Beal used its funds to initiate a three-month long social media campaign to support President Trump in the buildup to the 2016 presidential election.
Companies are increasing spending on more traditional cybersecurity methods, spurring growth in the market for network security.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's cry for stricter internet regulation, including widespread adoption of European-style rules, has left some privacy advocates in Europe unimpressed.
The computers contain info about previous owners, including video, location and navigational data showing what happened just before a crash.
Huawei Rotating Chairman Guo Ping said the U.S. has a "loser's attitude" and is trying to smear the company because "it cannot compete against" it.
Roger Entner of Recon Analytics explains why the U.K report criticizing Huawei for its security flaws is "damaging."
Huawei's revenues topped $100 billion for the first time in 2018 driven by strong growth in the consumer business.