Huawei Chairman Liang Hua said the company has not had direct contact with the authorities in regard to the extradition of its arrested CFO Meng Wanzhou from Canada to the U.S. » Read More
By: Arjun Kharpal
A Huawei board member said the company is committing to being more transparent for "the foreseeable future." » Read More
Facebook removed hundreds of pages and accounts linked to Russia, including ties to Moscow's Sputnik news agency, the company said Thursday. » Read More
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Cybersecurity company Recorded Future conducted a research study on the history of Iran's hacker culture, its ties to the country's government and mistakes the loosely tied-together group has made along the way.
The federal government was already bleeding cybersecurity talent, and now it's growing worse. Security certificates for unmanaged websites are expiring. Attacks are ramping up as adversaries believe the country's infrastructure is weak and unmanned.
Federal prosecutors unveiled charges against seven individuals they say were part of an international scheme to hack the U.S. government's corporate filing database.
Huawei would not hand over data to the Chinese government even if Beijing requested it, the CEO and founder of the company, Ren Zhengfei, said Tuesday in a rare talk with foreign media.
As legal tensions between Canada and China escalate over the arrest of Huawei's CFO, stories of possible legal retaliation have surfaced.
A Huawei executive was arrested in Poland on allegations of spying this week, and exports of telecom equipment out of California have been halted.
The news is likely to be another headache for Huawei, which has become enshrouded in controversy following the arrest of CFO Meng Wanzhou.
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Apple pulled off a high-profile troll of Amazon, Google and Facebook at CES with a full-building ad touting "What happens on your iPhone, stays on your iPhone." But Apple is not immune to privacy and security breaches, either.
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The transaction is rumored by Israeli press to be valued at $200 million. The deal would give Amazon CloudEndure's backup and migration technology capabilities.
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