Tech Companies Look for Security Fixes After WikiLeaks' CIA Disclosure

Tech companies must rapidly step up information-sharing to protect users from prying eyes, a security software executive said after WikiLeaks released a trove of data purporting to show that the CIA can hack all manner of devices. Dozens of firms rushed to contain the damage from possible security weak points following the anti-secrecy organization's revelations, although some said they needed far more information on what the U.S. intelligence agency was up to before they could thwart suspected but previously hidden attacks.