Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) said it is "a little ironic" that some Democrats are now complaining about the lack of help they got with the Democratic National Committee's servers, which were compromised by Russia during the 2016 campaign season.
The problems of cybertheft and cyberterrorism will be some of the most pressing concerns for the Donald Trump administration.
On "The Five" today, Greg Gutfeld reacted to hackers stealing millions of Americans' information from the Office of Personnel Management.
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.
A shocking new cyber security report estimates that a group of hackers stole $1 billion from banks around the world, including in the U.S.
Earlier this week, Amy Bushatz was among a group of at least six military spouses who received tweets from someone claiming to be with affiliated with ISIS.
President Obama has announced that he is establishing a new government agency to protect Americans from cybercrime, but this could give the government more access to what citizens are doing online.
Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Steven Bucci appeared on "Sunday Morning Futures" to share insight on how the battlefield has changed in the fight against terror.
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.
Earlier this week, hackers claiming to be part of the "Guardians of Peace" collective crippled Sony Pictures' computer network, and now they are threatening to leak the personal information of Hollywood A-listers Angelina Jolie and Cameron Diaz.
On “Huckabee” last night, former Executive Assistant Director of the FBI and noted cybersecurity expert Shawn Henry said that the cyber threat facing America is really no different from any other threat our country faces.
“It’s significant enough, the fact that there is no real defense, that’s the troubling part.”