The CEO of Coalfire called the charges "completely ridiculous."
Barron’s Jack Otter, Ben Levisohn, Lauren Rublin and Jack Hough discuss big tech, such as Google and Apple, getting into banking and the roundtable’s investment ideas for the coming week.
Albright Stonebridge Group's principal Amy Celico discusses how having a specific deadline for a possible U.S.-China trade deal would economically and technologically benefit the country.
Huawei Technologies USA Chief Security Officer Andy Purdy discusses his company’s launch of a smartphone without Google technology, and the company’s role in China’s surveillance of its own citizens.
Huawei Technologies USA Chief Security Officer Andy Purdy discusses his company’s relationship with the Chinese government, the security concerns U.S. officials have with his company developing 5G in the U.S., and he also argues that there is no evidence of security breaches.
United States Attorney General William Barr said Huawei and ZTE cannot be trusted and are a threat to our collective security in a letter to the FCC.
China allegedly hacked a U.S. manufacturing group, according to a Reuters report.
The hack was reportedly aimed at getting insight into President Trump's trade policy.
Allianz Chief Economic Adviser Mohamed A. El-Erian discusses how negative interest rates could be counter-productive to economic growth.
Federal prosecutors pledged to get at least some of the victims' money back.
The Heritage Foundation's senior fellow for technology Klon Kitchen shares his thoughts on former Twitter employees being charged with spying for Saudi Arabia.
United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York Richard P. Donoghue holds a press conference regarding a Long Island-based company charged with illegal importation and sale of Chinese-made surveillance and security equipment to U.S. government agencies and private customers.
FOX Business' David Asman, FoxNews.com columnist Liz Peek, Capitalist Pig founder Jonathan Hoenig and River Twice Capital president Zachary Karabell discuss the dangers of exposing questionable and private information on social media accounts after former Twitter employees were charged in a plot to provide the Saudi government with user information.
Michael Johnson had been chief information security officer at Capital One since 2017.
The accounts included those of a popular journalist with more than 1 million followers and other prominent government critics.
Con artists often get away with scams like these because digital payment services such as Venmo and Apple Cash don't protect consumers the same way credit cards do.
Former Bain Capital managing director discusses the tradeoff between government regulation and the information companies have on consumers as well as the American prosperity compared to the rest of the world.
Teachers are talking to students about TikTok and social media safety in schools.
FOX Business' David Asman and Jackie DeAngelis, Heritage Foundation economist Steve Moore, former investment banker Carol Roth, former Obama economic adviser Robert Wolf and Fox News' Brett Larson discuss how hackers can hijack devices in people's homes and ways to prevent them from taking over your voice assistants.
Authorities say Thompson gained access to personal information from more than 100 million Capitol One credit applications.