After being stuck at home for 18 months, it's tempting to use your work laptop for fun. But your employer may be watching.
Companies are spending more on tech, and that is expected to help the likes of Microsoft and Alphabet, which report earnings today.
The U.S. and and a group of allies Monday publicly blamed China for a cyberattack earlier this year on Microsoft email servers.
Companies don’t need to share information on outages with the government or others in the industry.
By one estimate, the U.S. needs at least 360,000 more cybersecurity professionals.
The Biden administration plans new cyber rules for agencies and contractors involved in critical infrastructure.
Cybersecurity experts call the hack a supply chain attack. At stake is the digital plumbing of modern life.
“I think it's going to take months, maybe a year to figure out where they went,” says New York Times national security correspondent David Sanger.
Zeynep Tufekci, a technology and society expert at the University of North Carolina, hopes the hacks on Obama, Gates and others act as a wake-up call ahead of the election.