A new report claims Amazon, Microsoft and Google are among a number of firms providing web services to Chinese surveillance companies that are blacklisted in the U.S.
Algirde Pipikaite, project lead at the World Economic Forum's Centre for Cybersecurity, discusses cyberthreats.
Palo Alto CEO Nikesh Arora discussed the cybersecurity company's financial results from the firm's third quarter.
The emergence of contact tracing scams raises questions about whether the public will trust contact tracers when they call or text unexpectedly.
EasyJet's systems have been breached by "highly sophisticated" hackers.
Eli Dominitz, CEO of Q6 Cyber, a cybersecurity firm that specializes in monitoring the dark web, joins "Closing Bell" to discuss a recent ransomware attack.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on a new warning from law enforcement that hackers could try to access medical research on coronavirus.
Pharmaceutical companies working on a vaccine and on drugs and treatments to fight the coronavirus are facing an increased risk of cyberattack, according to cybersecurity experts.
CNBC's Kelly Evans and Eamon Javers talk with John Demers of the Department of Justice to break down why China may pose a cybersecurity threat to pharma companies.
Chinese internet giant Tencent has been surveilling content posted by foreign users on its wildly popular messaging service WeChat in order to help it refine censorship on its platform at home, a...
The agreement comes one day after the NYC Department of Education lifted its ban on Zoom after approving new safety features.
Zoom CEO Eric Yuan said adding Keybase technology will allow users to make sure that intruders don't enter meetings.
A group called Naikon targets ministries of foreign affairs, science and technology, as well as government-owned companies with the aim of "gathering of geo-political intelligence," according to ...
The transition away from the trading floor has not been flawless, and wild volatility in the financial markets hasn't helped.
China is set to release a new plan this year called "China Standards 2035" with the aim of influencing how the next-generation of technologies will work.
Scam artists are trying to head off your windfall from the federal government. Here's how they're trying to steal your stimulus payment from under your nose.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on how small businesses may have had information exposed on Small Business Administration's portal and 8,000 businesses were notified of the potential exposure.
Hundreds of phishing emails landed in people's inboxes inviting them to click on a link that takes them to what looks like a furlough claim website.
The Chinese tech giant's revenues were up around 1.4% in the first quarter, compared to a 39% increase in the same period last year.
"I think there are all different uses cases, and I think it's so great to see people utilizing video chat to stay connected," Houseparty CEO Sima Sistani said.
Alex Stamos told CNBC on Friday that Zoom has had to rethink its product "from the ground up," now that consumers and enterprises alike are using the service.
"The use of Teams at the corporate enterprise level is really taking off," the "Shark Tank" investor said on CNBC's "Squawk Alley."
"Shark Tank" investor and cybersecurity entrepreneur Robert Herjavec speaks with CNBC's "Squawk Alley" on the risks posed by companies such as Zoom during the work-from-home boom happening during...
Europe has long been an attractive place for Chinese firms looking to invest and acquire, and the recent bout of weakness in stocks, particularly key tech firms, could increase interest.
In addition to the security risks of working from home in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, Nigel Vaz from Publicis Sapient discusses the importance of digital transformation for companies.
Experts say measures to contain the Covid-19 outbreak is providing an opportunity for cybercriminals to target unwitting people through email scams.
Aaron Levie, CEO and founder of Box, says the company's platform has seen an increase in usage as more people work remotely in lockdown.
Personal information shared for contact tracing purposes need to be limited so that it doesn't turn into a mass invasion of privacy long term, according to Josephine Wolff.
The Departments of Justice along with other federal agencies including the State Department, want the FCC to revoke China Telecom's license to carry out international telecommunications services ...
The class-action lawsuit reportedly claims that concerns over Zoom's security and privacy flaws have hit its stock price.