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Infosys CEO predicts cyber attacks will be worse in 2015

Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka on the threat of an ‘Armageddon’ style cyber attack, how he allocates capital and how to ramp up cybersecurity.

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  1. Cybersecurity front and center

    Fortalice CEO Theresa Payton on the cost of cybersecurity.

  2. What Alibaba earnings mean for investors

    Morgan Creek Capital Management CIO Mark Yusko discusses Alibaba’s earnings and growth and Yahoo’s decision to sell its stake in the company.

  3. Are intellectual property laws a good idea?

    FBN’s John Stossel discusses ideas, innovation and intellectual property laws .

  4. Why is their growing concern around Alibaba?

    FBN’s Jo Ling Kent on Alibaba’s shares, fake goods and the Chinese economy.

  5. How the U.S. can dominate innovation, entrepreneurialism

    Former Bain Capital Partner Ed Conard discusses how the U.S. can reign supreme in job growth and entrepreneurialism.

  6. Reuters: Samsung proposed takeover of Blackberry

    Ridgeworth Investment Senior Strategist Alan Gayle and BMO Private Bank Chief Investment Officer Jack Ablin on Reuters’ report of Samsung’s proposed takeover of Blackberry, and where to put your money.

  7. Elon Musk challenging Detroit to make electric cars

    WSJ’s Mike Ramsey on Elon Musk heading to Detroit to push car companies to make a greater effort getting into the electric car market.

  8. Rep Issa: I expect to vote for Speaker Boehner again

    Rep. Darrell Issa, (R-Calif.), discusses the GOP’s Congressional agenda and patent reform.

  9. Sony hackers threaten CNN attack?

    Former FBI Executive Assistant Director Shawn Henry, Former White House Chief Information Officer Theresa Payton and Mediaite Columnist Joe Concha discuss hackers threating CNN, North Korea possibly not being behind the Sony attack and if the FBI was too quick to blame the nation.

  10. How should we handle future terrorist threats?

    Fox News Strategic Analyst Lt. Col. Ralph Peters and DC International Advisory CEO Stephen Yates discuss cyber threats, ISIS and terrorism.

  11. Lessons to be learned from the Sony hack?

    Immunity Inc. CEO David Aitel and The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Dan Henninger weighs in on the Sony hack, how America should respond and if companies have learned from the attack.

  12. White House to blame for North Korea’s hack on Sony?

    ‘The Coming Collapse of China’ author Gordon Chang and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on the fallout from the Sony hacking.

  1. How millennials view capitalism

    The King’s College Economic Professor Brian Brenberg discusses students’ views on free market capitalism.

  2. U.S. now in an arms race with cyber industry?

    Fireye CEO Dave DeWalt on the NSA’s spying tactics being exposed and the arms race of the cyber industry.

  3. Attack of the robot vacuum

    The Wall Street Journal columnist Veronica Dagher, Independent Women’s Forum’s Sabrina Schaeffer and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on McDonald’s, a napping South Korean woman attacked by a robot vacuum and the Obama's plans for a cyber security agency.

  4. How Sony changed the way execs look at cybersecurity

    John Bussey of The Wall Street Journal discusses what CIO’s are saying about Sony’s hack at a network conference.

  5. Sony Pictures head departs

    FBN’s Adam Shapiro and GW Center for Cyber and Homeland Security Director Frank Cilluffo on Sony Pictures Co-Chairman Amy Pascal stepping down and the Anthem hack.

  6. The FCC plans to regulate the internet strictly about money?

    FBN’s Tracy Byrnes, RealClearMarkets Editor John Tamny and Averagejoeoptions.com Founder Todd Horowitz on the expected FCC’s internet regulation and the labor participation rates.

  7. Purdue University takes steps to cut college costs

    Former Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels discusses how Amazon is teaming up with Purdue to offer student savings on textbooks, and his take on Obama’s proposal to tax 529 college savings plans.

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