A sweeping data privacy law known as the General Data Protection Rule (GDPR) goes into effect across the EU today. » Read More
U.S. tech companies would be forced to disclose if they allowed American adversaries, like Russia and China, to examine the inner workings of software sold to the U.S. military under proposed legislation. » Read More
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Chuck Robbins, the chief executive of Cisco, is speaking with CNBC's Karen Tso at the Viva Technology conference. » Read More
The U.S. government said late on Wednesday that it would seek to wrestle hundreds of thousands of infected routers and storage devices from the control of hackers who security researchers warned were planning to use the "botnet" to attack Ukraine. » Read More
The term “GDPR” is trending higher in Google search volume than Queen B.
A Belgium representative, Guy Verhofstadt, likened Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg to a character from a dystopian novel.
The clock is ticking on a major data privacy law that will go into effect across Europe. What’s all this talk about GDPR? CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze reports.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been criticized for his lack of answers in his testimony at the European Parliament in Brussels.
Cisco said the malware could be used for espionage, to interfere with internet communications or launch destructive attacks on Ukraine.
Zuckerberg began addressing all the questions at once with just 7 minutes remaining in the allotted time.
Zuckerberg is likely to face harsher questioning from European leaders, who have historically been tougher on Silicon Valley.
Zuckerberg intends to tell European regulators that Facebook is "committed to Europe" and didn't do enough to curtail abuse of the platform.
Naomi Gleit's apparent willingness is indicative of the mission-driven mentality that keeps Facebook executives from leaving, even amid months of scandal.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's meeting with EU officials will be broadcast live on the European Parliament's website on Tuesday.
Zuckerberg will meet with European officials following reports that a firm was able to access user data from Facebook.
Gil Shwed, Check Point Software Technologies founder and CEO, talks about the latest tools used to breach data security and its impact on corporations and consumers.
Grady Summers of FireEye says cyber criminals remain in the market for stolen data despite the cheap prices.
Former Uber cybersecurity chief Joe Sullivan said on Wednesday that he's joining web security company Cloudflare.
Kaspersky Lab said part of the new facility would be based in Zurich, and the company had chosen Switzerland for its "policy of neutrality."
Symantec executives hosted a conference call on Monday and failed to do little more than address the concern on everyone's minds: the investigation announced last week.