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Tim Cook says Apple accepts payments from Google because it's the best search engine, but Apple has built in safeguards to protect users' privacy. » Read More
By: Kate Fazzini
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Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg should step down as chairman and focus on being CEO, Yale's Sonnenfeld says.
A cyberattack could look very different and very physical in the future, says Hugh Thompson of Symantec.
The 68-year-old also suggested he has no idea what a USB port is.
The threat of cyber espionage goes above and beyond endangering some of the world's largest oil and gas companies, industry experts warned on Wednesday, saying "entire countries" are being targeted.
Jim Cramer explains why it's only a matter of time before investors come around on Alphabet.
Jim Cramer speaks to FireEye CEO Kevin Mandia, who discusses the 2018 midterm elections from a cybersecurity perspective and calls on nations to band together for international "rules of engagement."
Research from the World Economic Forum looked into what executives in different regions class as the biggest threats to firms.
We're getting closer to the time where a cyber event will prove to be business ending, and Moody's wants to be able to find companies with the most exposure
2018 was the year several major tech companies bolstered their cloud businesses through multibillion-dollar acquisitions of software companies.
Storing a partner's biometric passcode seems to be a uniquely younger compulsion, and likely tied to the typical millennial nonchalance around cybersecurity that comes with a digital childhood and regular headlines of data breaches.
A data breach at HealthCare.gov that affected 75,000 people exposed personal information like the last four digits of the Social Security number, immigration status and insurance plan details, officials said in a letter to those affected on Friday.
The number of fake news accounts was "significantly higher" in this year's midterm elections than in the 2016 presidential election and it's only set to grow by 2020, according to the Democratic National Committee's (DNC) top software engineer.
So far this year, at least 3,700 job scams have been reported to the Better Business Bureau, more than double the amount recorded during the same time last year.
Microsoft's president told CNBC the company wants to work with Congress to establish cybersecurity measures for civilians.
Facebook said it received a tip-off from law enforcement about the accounts, which it says may be linked to Russia's Internet Research Agency.
So far, the weather has been a lot bigger problem on Election Day than all the cyberattacks and influence campaigns people were worried about. Cybersecurity FUD and paranoia serves nobody, especially around elections.