A big vote is expected at the Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday that would block Huawei and ZTE from receiving federal money to help build broadband infrastructure. The two companies could be named as national security threats, which would block them from receiving anything from the $8.5 billion universal service fund the government offers to cell companies. Ash Carter, former U.S. Defense Secretary, joins CNBC's "Squawk Box" to discuss the vote, national security and China.
Andy Purdy, chief security officer of Huawei Technologies USA, joins CNBC's "Squawk Box" to discuss some of the big headlines of the day including the U.S. blacklisting of the company, U.S.-China trade, Hong Kong protests, and more.
President Donald Trump named Robert O'Brien as his national security advisor on Wednesday, eight days after the abrupt departure of John Bolton. O'Brien, a State Department official, will become Trump's fourth national security advisor, following the departures of Bolton and three-star Army generals Michael Flynn and H.R. McMaster.
CNBC's "The Exchange" talks about the uptick in scam and phishing emails with Judith Pinto, managing director of the cybersecurity practice at IBM's Promontory Financial Group, and Kate Fazzini, CNBC.com tech reporter and former cybersecurity vice president at J.P. Morgan. There's an ongoing scam targeting paychecks that impersonate corporate executives.
A team of former U.S. government intelligence operatives working for the United Arab Emirates hacked into the iPhones of activists, diplomats and rival foreign leaders with the help of a sophisticated spying tool called Karma.
The National Security Agency on Friday announced it has been deleting hundreds of millions phone calls and text records, dating back to 2015.
Gen. Michael Hayden, retired U.S. Air Force and former CIA and NSA director, discusses his news book "The Assault on Intelligence" about the state of U.S. intelligence community.
Here is a roundup of Pompeo's views on various national security matters.
Trump said his relationship with Pompeo has been very good and they are "always on the same wavelength."
A new smartphone that just launched at Best Buy and on Amazon is priced at $229, but here's why you might want to avoid it.
Russia and China could soon possess "destructive" space weapons that could be used against the U.S., American intelligence said.
President Trump's first State of the Union made a single reference to Russia over an hour and twenty minutes.
The US Senate has advanced a bill to renew the NSA's warrantless internet surveillance program.
R. James Woolsey, former director of the Central Intelligence Agency and Foundation for Defense of Democracies chairman, provides insight to a path forward in Afghanistan as the country begins to build its infrastructure.
Recent hacking headlines made by Sony and others is proof a new approach was needed. Two former NSA colleagues have launched a plan.
Cipher Brief CEO & Publisher Suzanne Kelly spoke with former Director of the National Security Agency General Keith Alexander about the attack.
At the Senate Select Intelligence Committee hearing on "World Wide Threats," Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.), Committee vice chair, asks the testifying panel including Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe and Daniel Coats, National Intelligence director, about the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 elections.
Kevin Mandia, FireEye CEO, talks about the company's growth strategy and what he is watching in securing cloud security.
Kevin Mandia, FireEye CEO, discusses how the evolving rate of technology is forcing many companies to rethink their long-term approach to cybersecurity.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche takes a look at expectations for the Senate Intelligence Committee's annual hearing on "Worldwide Threats."