Target, Neiman Marcus, Michaels and the University of Maryland. They’re all major retailers and institutions hit by hackers.
Cybersecurity executives and government officials are forming a roundtable group aimed at boosting Maryland’s efforts to become a center for the growing field.
Forty-five million dollars in cash, drained from ATMs all over the world in a matter of hours. A gang of cyber criminals is behind a massive bank heist using bogus debit cards.
Plundering secrets for profits and hard targets. Experts say going from cyber espionage to cyber war is only a few clicks away. That risk is also generating opportunities in Maryland.
The next Google and University of Maryland seminar on cybersecurity is being held this week.
Maryland House of Delegates Speaker Michael Busch and Congressman C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger are scheduled to appear at a cybersecurity reception.
The Maryland Cyber Challenge is taking place in Baltimore this weekend. The goal is to make networks less vulnerable to attack.
This cyber attack didn’t go after people playing war games on their PlayStations. It targeted a company that helps the U.S. military do the real thing.
Gov. Martin O’Malley will greet the Baltimore winners of a U.S. Cyber Challenge pilot program.
Officials from the National Security Agency and the military Cyber Command are meeting in Frederick with prospective contractors.