A Hungarian man has been sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison for hacking into Marriott International’s computers and extorting the firm for a job.
An American imprisoned in Cuba since December 2009 after bringing communications equipment onto the island wanted reassurance that what he was doing was legal but was told by his company not to ask Cuban officials, the man’s wife said Monday.
Maryland officials and business leaders will be highlighting the importance of cybersecurity.
The Pentagon is extending a pilot program to help protect its prime defense contractors, an effort the Obama administration can use as a model to prevent hackers and hostile nations from breaching networks and stealing sensitive data.
Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger is among the featured speakers at a conference in Hanover on cyber security in Maryland.
Library visitors in Maryland see an “access denied” message when they try to view pornographic websites. But in New York, thanks to a freedom of speech policy, it’s legal.
Manbir and Sukhi Gulati want to change your life. Inspired by teaching their grandmother, the brother-and-sister team are reaching out to help the local senior citizen community with SeniorNet America Inc., a nonprofit organization that helps senior citizens connect to the digital world.
A Montgomery County police officer charged with illegally using computers to help her drug-dealing fiance was released on home confinement Friday and will be tracked through electronic monitoring equipment.
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