In a "Daily Briefing" online exclusive on Monday, bestselling author James Patterson discussed a new book on which he and President Bill Clinton collaborated.
Thomas Martin III, 51, a former Navy lieutenant who worked as a contractor for the same cyberoperations firm as infamous leaker Edward Snowden, was arrested on Aug. 27.
Amid concerns of Russian hacking, a Michigan professor is sounding the alarm about the vulnerabilities of U.S. online voting systems.
The sports world received a brief scare this morning when the NFL's official Twitter account announced the death of Roger Goodell.
While you may have forgotten about your old Myspace page, some hackers did not.
Apple iPhone users beware: A new phishing scam is tricking people into giving up their Apple passwords and other personal information.
Kevin Spacey, who has just become the spokesman of cybersecurity firm WISeKey, sat down with Fox Business’ Maria Bartiromo at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland this morning.
An American high school student and self-proclaimed stoner may have uncovered a huge security breach after hacking the personal email of CIA director John Brennan.
Sen. Steve Daines (R-Mt.) is calling on the head of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) to be fired following the massive cyberattack that impacted an estimated 18 million federal employees.
Cybersecurity analyst Morgan Wright said on "Happening Now" today that the recent hacking of the Office of Personnel Management was "a total abomination of responsibility" that will hurt the national security of the United States.
The Federal Aviation Administration’s aging cyber security practices leave the National Air Traffic Control System and passengers nearly defenseless when it comes to cyber attacks, according to a new report.
Greta Van Susteren posed the question to Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-CA) after ISIS sympathizers took over the Twitter and YouTube accounts of CENTCOM. Hunter pushed back that it was Twitter and YouTube servers that were hacked, not the Department of Defense systems. But he said the worst part of Monday's hacking was the "propaganda" victory for ISIS.