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Witt, who fled the U.S. for Iran in 2013, allegedly shared information with Iran that could cause "serious damage" to U.S. national security interests, officials said.
Kiranjeet Kaur of IDC says more consumers are turning to Chinese smartphone brands like Huawei as these brands work to differentiate themselves from Apple.
CEO sentiment has been balanced "between growth and efficiency initiatives" since the Federal Reserve said it would be patient, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty says.
Freelancing platform Upwork released its latest list of the 20 hottest skills in the US job market. Seventeen are tech-related, and most are new areas. The rise in cybercrime and investments in big data are trends driving the rapid change.
A March 6 hearing is set in Vancouver for Meng Wanzhou, the CFO of China tech giant Huawei, who was arrested there in December on fraud charges.
There could be fresh tensions over NATO contributions with Italy's defense minister suggesting the rules should be changed on how countries contribute to the military alliance.
In an exclusive conversation with CNBC, Google's head of security and privacy says businesses have more to learn about their own insecurity.
As governments around the world wrestle with challenges from technology including data collection, artificial intelligence and cyber threats, Estonia might offer a blueprint for how to build a digital society.
President Donald Trump is likely to sign an executive order next week that would ban Chinese telecommunication equipment on U.S. networks, Politico reported.
Cybercriminals are mixing old school and new school methods of money laundering, including innovative methods for mixing ill-gotten cryptocurrencies with legitimate cash and recruiting Airbnb hosts and Uber drivers via the dark web.
Do you actually read privacy policies before you click accept? If you're like most Americans, probably not. But what is in those privacy policies may surprise you.
As auto makers roll out ever more sophisticated features to make your daily commute easier, the upgrades are also making your new car more vulnerable to cyberattacks, according to a new report.
Jim Cramer and Shark Tank's Robert Herjavec, who also runs cybersecurity firm Herjavec Group, discuss the cyber-risks surrounding the increasingly connected world.
Jim Cramer explains why companies can have a difficult time managing a profitable business with conflicting investor goals.
Google rolled out a new tool on Tuesday that helps keep your accounts safer by letting you know if it thinks a password to a site you're visiting might have been stolen.
Last week the U.S. Department of Justice charged Huawei and its chief financial officer, Meng Wanzhou.