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A top cybersecurity CEO tells Jim Cramer that if a cyber war broke out between the U.S. and Russia, then Russia would win.
15 years after the founding of the Department of Homeland Security, former Secretary Tom Ridge says biometric tech is improving American society.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew talks about the government's security concerns about Broadcom's bid for Qualcomm.
Kara Swisher, Recode executive editor, weighs in on whether it is social media's responsibility to resolve conflicts over fake news or whether it's the U.S. government's responsibility. And Ash Carter, former Defense secretary, weighs in.
George Kurtz, CrowdStrike CEO, provides insight to the next inflection point for hackers and how to keep your data safe.
On average, the ASEAN region only spends 0.06 percent of GDP on cybersecurity, which is about half the world's average on cybersecurity, says Naveen Menon of Cisco.
Hicks testified before the committee as part of its investigation into Russian attempts to interfere in the 2016 election.
Japan's financial regulator will punish several cryptocurrency exchanges this week after uncovering flaws in consumer protection and theft.
If you let a friend or family member borrow your plastic, new survey results show you're taking a 1 in 3 chance of getting burned.
Thieves are boosting efforts to get your debit card. Here's how to keep your information — and your bank balances — out of their hands.
Russia claims to have evidence the U.S. has attempted to interfere in Moscow's forthcoming presidential vote, the RIA news agency reported Monday.
As the digital payment industry gears up for widespread adoption, here’s how to secure your financial information.
In total, roughly 147.9 million Americans have been impacted by Equifax's data breach. It remains the largest data breach of personal information in history.
DarkMatter CEO Faisal Al Bannai talks about the recent hacking activity that's taken place in the cryptocurrency space.
Cybersecurity firm DarkMatter has unveiled its first smartphone named 'Katim.' Its CEO Faisal Al Bannai breaks down the device's key features.
Varun Badhwar, RedLock CEO and co-founder, talks about the complications and vulnerabilities surrounding cryptocurrency transactions.
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