NORFOLK, Va. (AP) — Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe joined Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz during a visit to Norfolk State University for a discussion on cybersecurity careers. Their visit Thursday…
Data Doctors\’ Ken Colburn details the use of the Detekt tool and whether it is safe to use for consumers.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Gov. Martin O’Malley is scheduled to visit a Baltimore-based cybersecurity company to highlight efforts to increase jobs in Maryland. O’Malley is planning to visit Red Owl Analytics on Tuesday. The tech start-up…
Even going for a jog now comes with cybersecurity risks.
Maryland government entities have suffered at least six cyberattacks since the beginning of 2013, according to incident reports from the Department of Information Technology.
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When cyber crooks lay their online traps, D.C. computer addresses
are among their favorites to target, according to a cybersecurity firm.
U.S. Consumers have grown increasingly reliant on debit and credit cards to get cash, pay for groceries and even buy a cup of coffee. So can the kind of computer assault that crashed ATM services in South Korea happen here?
Gov. Martin O\’Malley says the state is working to
make Maryland the hub of cybersecurity for the
A national security document said to report a
major cyber-espionage campaign underscores what
security experts and political leaders have
called this country\’s greatest threat.
Most in the Washington area were without power
for at least a few hours following a derecho of
historic proportions, and some fell off the
grid for almost a week. R. James Woolsey Jr.,
CIA director under Bill Clinton and board
member of the International Spy Museum, says a
very real cybersecurity threat could sweep
electrical grids throughout the country
affecting the military and intelligence
Pacemakers, brain implants, insulin pumps and other medically implanted and external devices with wireless interfaces are vulnerable to cyber-attacks by hackers.
Despite numerous warnings from top intelligence officials, the U.S. government doesn\’t have a plan yet to confront a massive, malicious cyber-threat.