A new report claims that Facebook permanently banned a developer who designed a tool that allowed people to essentially delete their Facebook news feeds.
Former United States Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz talks U.S.-China relations, Taiwan, and more on 'Cavuto: Coast to Coast.'
Fox News correspondent Rich Edson says that American allies like Taiwan, South Korea and Japan may lead the world in production, but says China is growing their manufacturing capabilities.
A state-sponsored cyber-espionage campaign has been targeting companies globally including those in the U.S., a new report says.
Russia accounted for most state-sponsored hacking detected by Microsoft over the past year, with a 58% share, mostly targeting government agencies and think tanks in the United States, followed by Ukraine, Britain and European NATO members
MeWe founder and chairman Mark Weinstein provides insight into Facebook.
A cybersecurity expert believes the massive Facebook outage, that left millions in the dark on Monday, was "something external."
A new report claims that former employees of online platform OnlyFans retained access to sensitive data from some users long after leaving the company.
Lawmakers grilled Facebook’s Global Head of Safety in hearings that aimed to understand how much the company knew of data that indicated the harmful effects of its products on teenaged users.
The ransomware scourge may be even worse than widely believed as most business executives hide cyberattacks, a new survey says.
An industry marked as “off limits” to Russian hackers by President Biden was hit in a ransomware attack earlier this week when the operations of two farming co-ops in Iowa and Minnesota were disrupted.
An Illinois man ran a computer service that launched DDoS attacks
The Port of Houston thwarted an attempted cyberattack last month, officials from the facility confirmed on Thursday.
A Wall Street Journal investigation detailed Facebook’s intimate knowledge of flaws that riddle its system – flaws that can cause harm.
Putin is directing full throttled attacks on the U.S. in the unregulated, wide-open, man-made domain of cyberspace, which has become the backbone infrastructure of 21st century commerce and free expression.
The U.S. grain, pork and chicken supply could be at risk after a ransomware attack on New Cooperative Inc. has forced the Iowa-based agriculture services provider's systems to go offline.
Treasury Department on Tuesday will impose sanctions on the virtual currency exchange SUEX OTC, S.R.O. after determining it has “facilitated transactions involving illicit proceeds,” officials said.
The Treasury Department plans to impose the sanctions as soon as next week, the people said, and will issue fresh guidance to businesses on the risks associated with facilitating ransomware payments, including fines and other penalties.
Fran Rosch marks ForgeRock's IPO and discusses the company's digital identity protection service.
FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr argues report shows 'degree of manipulation that's taking place without transparency.'