A new state partnership with the National Security Agency, an institute for innovative computing, and codifying a statewide privacy network are just a few of the initiatives to come out of the Annapolis Cybersecurity Summit. With the COVID-19 pandemic pushing more people into the virtual world, experts have seen a sharp increase in cybersecurity threats, including […]
The Biden administration announced sanctions against a virtual currency brokerage that officials say has processed illicit transactions for cyberattackers.
Three former U.S. intelligence and military officials have admitted providing hacking technology to the UAE and agreed to pay nearly $1.7 million.
Apple released an emergency software patch to fix a vulnerability that researchers said could allow hackers to directly infect iPhones and other Apple devices.
Some of the country's leading technology companies have committed to investing billions to strengthen cybersecurity defenses and to train skilled workers.
Information of just over 40 million former and prospective customers that applied for T-Mobile credit was exposed in a recent data breach, the company said.
The software company whose software was exploited in the biggest global ransomware attack on record said Tuesday that it so far it appears that fewer than 1,500 businesses were compromised.
Sensitive personal information collected by the Maryland Higher Education Commission continues to remain vulnerable, according to a recent audit report presented to lawmakers. The finding is one of eight identified by the Office of Legislative Audits and one of five that remained unaddressed from previous reviews. None of the reviews suggest criminal activity or a […]
Fulton-based DataTribe announceda $2.5 million seed investment in cybersecurity company Ntrinsec.
The U.S. government offers a little-noticed incentive for those who do pay after ransomware attacks: The ransoms may be tax deductible.
If your business falls victim to ransomware and you want simple advice on whether to pay the criminals, don't expect much help from the U.S. government.
The world’s largest meat processing company says it paid the equivalent of $11 million to hackers who broke into its computer system late last month.