Walter Isaacson, The Aspen Institute, discusses the need to secure the nation's future by using technology to increase privacy and protect information on the internet.
The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses some of the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including a piece in the Wall Street Journal titled, "Trump's anti-terror strategy, and a New York Times article written by Peter Thiel titled, "The online privacy debate won't end with Gawker."
Adam Ghetti, Ionic Security CEO, discusses how his company's platform is keeping personal data safe while attracting investors.
Gawker Media is in early talks with Hulk Hogan, over the settlement of a $140 million privacy invasion judgment, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Illinois-based Advocate Health Care Network will pay $5.55 million to federal regulators.
The US just tried to get Microsoft to give up data stored in Ireland. Here's why that's a dangerous request, says Paul Rosenzweig, a senior advisor to the Chertoff Group.
CNBC's Susan Li speaks to Jonathan Thomas, CEO of American Century Funds, about boardroom governance at the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship Tournament.
Eric Schurenberg, Inc. Media president, and Herb Greenberg, Pacific Square Research, discuss their take on companies staying private versus going public.
CNBC's Jon Fortt speaks to Brad Smith, Microsoft Chief Legal Officer, about the tech giant's success in a privacy lawsuit against the U.S. government.
As Nintendo stocks soared on the Pokemon Go app, privacy issues rose within the augmented reality market. CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" traders discuss.
Tom Grissen, Daon CEO, explains how biometrics can get rid of all the passwords on your mobile device while still keeping it secure.
Michael Leiter, Leidos, discusses the ISIS threat and how to protect the homeland against attack.
Inder Singh, Unisys chief strategy officer, discusses the impact of Brexit on business and security.
The tech sector and the U.S. government need an open discussion about these privacy-versus-security issues, says Booz Allen Hamilton's Thad Allen.
Holman Jenkins, Wall Street Journal, talks about using big data to combat terrorism and weighs in on gun control.
Sundar Pichai, Google CEO, speaks at the Code Conference about privacy and technology.
We have to change the paradigm of the way we look at the threat, says Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance discussing the need to work with other countries in an effort to thwart cyberattacks. Prevention is better than prosecution, says Vance.
Amazon's Jeff Bezos discusses his view on privacy.
NYPD Commissioner William Bratton weighs in on the polarizing debate over encryption and the battle between privacy versus security.
Spiegel is building Snapchat into the new communication experience and the world seems more than happy to conform, Recode reports.