Federal authorities say Adam Rogas used fraudulent financial data to obtain more than $123 million in financing for the company, personally gaining $17.5 million.
The Department of Justice on Wednesday announced that it had charged five Chinese citizens allegedly involved in an “unprecedented” hacking campaign that involved the theft of code, customer data and valuable business data and affected more than 100 companies and institutions across the globe.
The parent of Dunkin' Donuts on Tuesday agreed to upgrade its security protocols and pay $650,000 in fines and costs to settle a lawsuit by New York's attorney general claiming it ignored cyberattacks that compromised the online accounts of tens of thousands of customers.
Todd McKinnon, CEO of Okta, joins Liz Claman with insight on 'The Claman Countdown.'
Former NSA director and U.S. Cyber Command head has joined Amazon's board of directors.
"The majority of these attacks were detected and stopped by security tools built into our products," Microsoft Corporate Vice President of Customer Security and Trust, Tom Burt, said in a statement. "We have directly notified those who were targeted or compromised so they can take action to protect themselves."
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., is calling for a review of U.S. vitamin company GNC’s sale to Chinese-owned Harbin Pharmaceuticals over data concerns.
The new school year already has been plagued by failing websites and computer glitches, adding to the list of problems that students have encountered with remote learning.
If you don’t want cyber cat burglars traipsing across your devices, potentially spreading malware or ransomware as they go, you’ll want to secure your entire home network.
Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy and the Environment Keith Krach provides insight into the Clean Network Initiative recently announced by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
BEIJING — China’s leading maker of semiconductors has denied it has any links to the military following reports Washington is considering stepping up its feud with Beijing over technology and security by imposing export controls that could disrupt manufacturing for a national industrial champion.
New Zealand’s justice minister says his country is being bombarded by an unprecedented wave of cyberattacks targeting entities such as banks and its stock market, in what intelligence officials suspect is part of a global campaign.
FOX Business’ Charlie Gasparino gives an update on the ongoing bidding war for TikTok.
H Squared Research Hitha Herzog thinks Walmart's decision is motivated by a 'why build it if you can just acquire it' mentality. KB Advisory Group's Kristin Bentz believes purchasing TikTok would help Walmart take down Amazon.
Wedbush managing director and tech analyst Dan Ives says Walmart teaming up with Microsoft in a bid for TikTok 'likely seals the deal.'
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro says Trump's TikTok executive order was focused on China's data grab and talks about the administration's distrust of China after signing a trade deal with America but not warning the U.S. about coronavirus.
North Korean hackers are tapping into banks around the globe to make fraudulent money transfers and cause ATMs to spit out cash, the U.S. government warned on Wednesday.
FOX Business sources tell Liz Claman that Microsoft is still in the lead to purchase the platform, but only 'by a nose.' Sources also say Microsoft's CEO Satya Nadella wants TikTok because he sees it more as a prize.
Microsoft's relationship with China has come under scrutiny amid ongoing discussions for the tech conglomerate's potential acquisition of the dance video app TikTok.
Popular short video app TikTok is reportedly preparing to launch a legal challenge against President Trump's executive order which gave ByteDance 90 days to either sell or spin off its TikTok business in the United States.