The venture capitalist says bitcoin is the most secure currency right now and advises every day people to invest a little into the movement before it's too late.
Tim Draper thinks large countries will become less relevant and geographic borders will start to fall because of blockchain.
Lawmakers say the firm is a security threat.
The announcement comes amid concerns about the security of the 2018 U.S. midterm congressional elections and numerous high-profile hacking of U.S. companies.
Cybersecurity expert Morgan Wright discusses how China and Russia stole U.S. intellectual property to advance their own technologies.
Wall Street Journal Editorial Page Assistant Editor James Freeman, Circle Square Investments' Jeff Sica and FBN's Liz MacDonald and Ashley Webster on the data breach at the restaurant chain Chili's.
Zuckerberg had said the social network will investigate all apps that had access to large amounts of information before the company curtailed data access in 2014.
FBN's Tracee Carrasco on the data breach at the restaurant chain Chili's.
Washington Times’ Eric Schiffer and conservative commentator Kurt Schlichter on whether it’s Facebook’s responsibility to protect consumers from themselves.
From educating yourself to cleaning up your digital footprint, here are three easy tips to protect your private digital data.
The company was quiet about the 2014 hack for two years.
C3 IoT looks to transform fields including agriculture and healthcare.
Most mobile app users blindly trust that the apps they download from app stores are safe and secure. But that isn’t the case.
FBN's Hillary Vaughn on the impact on your privacy of downloading apps to your phone.
Is Facebook now an advertising platform for criminals?
“Life, liberty and the pursuit of Facebook are not our inalienable rights.”
Former CIA CISO Robert Bigman explains why big technology companies, like Microsoft, need increased government regulation when it comes to cybersecurity.
The breach that brought Equifax down last year is still widely deployed, according to Sonatype President Bill Karpovich.
Sonatype President Bill Karpovich on concerns other companies are vulnerable to the same cyber attack as Equifax.
There are some important caveats to Zuckerberg's Congressional testimony.