The companies say new policies would weaken increasingly sophisticated encryption systems designed to protect consumers' privacy.
From Richard Branson to Barack Obama, Leonardo da Vinci to Wolfgang Mozart, the sleep schedules of these bigwigs are anything but naptime wishes and caviar dreams. They're just plain bizarre.
With threat concerns at an all-time high, a Russian cybersecurity firm's investigation uncovered a large scale financial hack attack.
The aim is to build support for beefing up cyber security laws in the wake of massive hacks at Target Corp, Sony Corp and Anthem Inc.
A senior Obama official says the new agency will monitor cybersecurity threats, pooling and analyzing information on a spectrum of diffuse risks.
The goal is to better protect federal and private networks from hacking threats.
Law seeks to create a unified, federal breach-notification standard that would streamline the requirements for companies in the face of a breach.
Executives from IBM, Intel, Tanium, Exabeam, and FireEye offer their thoughts on President Obama's bid to bolster cyber security efforts.
Bethany Mota, GloZell and Hank Green will host one-on-one interviews with the president next week following his State of the Union address.
Science tells us that many of us need more sleep to succeed but that certainly isn't true for everyone.
The U.S. president is expected to announce a renewed push for cybersecurity legislation after recent headline-grabbing hacks against companies like Sony Pictures and Home Depot.
The laws are aimed at protecting Americans and the trail of data they leave on smart phones, computers and other devices.
Each of these companies used big data to get closer to its customers -- and to develop a successful strategy, according to LinkedIn's Russell Glass, author of The Big Data-Driven Business.
The attack was an example of 'destructive activity with malicious intent that was initiated by a sophisticated actor,' a White House spokesperson said.