Md. Cyber Security Council Lists Recommendations To Stop AttacksMaryland's top lawyer announces long-term recommendations aimed to fight back against online criminals. 
Maryland Governor Launches New Economic Development StrategyMaryland Gov. Larry Hogan is launching a new economic development strategy focusing on further developing the life sciences and cybersecurity industries.
Experts Working To Crack Down On International Cyber AttacksAs computer experts frantically fight an international cyber attack, people turning on their computers for the start of the work week are vulnerable.
New Program Offering High Quality ApprenticeshipsTranZed Apprenticeship Services is the first program of its kind in Maryland.
Cyber Attack Affects Major Websites, Culprit Still To Be NamedIn a vicious cyber attack Friday, the internet was under siege as hackers took down major websites across the US and Europe.
Big Questions After Cyber Attacks Cripple East CoastThe Internet was under siege, as major sites like Twitter, Netflix, Amazon and Spotify slowed tremendously or simply didn't work.
Naval Academy Breaks Ground For New Cyber Security BuildingThe U.S. Naval Academy broke ground for a new cyber operations center on Friday.
CEO Of Cyber Security Company Helps Reclaim Internet Protection“There’s something deeply satisfying about creating a plan from scratch and seeing it through to fruition.... more than anything, I enjoy working with others to creatively problem solve everyday," says Chandler Givens.
Chick-Fil-A Reporting Possible Data BreachChick-fil-A could be the latest victim of a data breach.
Audit Shows UMD Network VulnerableFive years, countless victims and a new audit reveals that the University of Maryland-College Park still doesn't have it right. Christie Ileto reports on how the campus network remains vulnerable to hackers.
Rep. Ruppersberger To Tour Cybersecurity CompaniesRep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger will be touring Baltimore cybersecurity businesses.
Hagerstown Community College Gets Cyber GrantHagerstown Community College is getting a grant of about $714,000 from the National Science Foundation to boost its cybersecurity programs.

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