Bill Hagerty, who is the former U.S. Ambassador to Japan and a Tennessee Senate candidate, (R), says China should be held accountable for costing thousands of lives and ruining the economy.
Zoom has asked former Facebook security chief Alex Stamos to advise the video-conferencing company as it faces backlash over privacy and security concerns.
Zoom CEO Eric Yuan discusses improving Zoom's security amid privacy concerns and reports of 'zoombombing.'
The Cyber Guy Kurt Knutsson breaks down the most dangerous coronavirus scams to look out for.
An April 3 study shared three particular cyber security vulnerabilities found in Zoom's technology.
Hackers are increasingly targeting video conference platform Zoom as people use app stay connected during the coronavirus pandemic.
Micron Technology CEO Sanjay Mehrotra discusses increased demand and says nearly half of his employees are working remotely to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Former IRS commissioner and alliantgroup vice chairperson Mark Everson says people who didn't file their tax returns and those who don't have direct bank deposits can use a web portal to ensure they receive their checks.
Encryption is a function on certain apps and devices that allows users to send and receive private messages.
As Zoom use has increased during coronavirus and social distancing, ‘Zoom-bombing’ has become a major issue. FOX Business’ Jackie DeAngelis with more.
The Cyber Guy Kurt Knutsson explains how "Zoom Bombers" are hacking into video conferences and offers tips on how to prevent it.
Thieves also have a longer tax season to prey on victims now that the deadline has been extended until July 15.
ActOne Group CEO and founder Janice Bryant Howroyd discusses how businesses are adapting to coronavirus and using new technology.
New York Attorney General Letitia James sent a letter to Zoom on Monday inquiring about the app's data privacy and security practices.
The hotel chain said about 5.2 million guests may have been affected.
Follow these tips for hosting secure remote meetings while working from home because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I’ve never seen this volume of phishing,” Rogers said.
From phishing emails to direct cyberattacks, more people working from home means more cyber threats for employees.
The Cyberguy Kurt Knutsson shares tips of how to avoid cyber attacks while working from home.
Rep. Michael Cloud, R-Texas, talks about how America should stop relying on China when it comes to manufacturing because of their intellectual property theft, especially in light of the coronavirus pandemic.