Gov. Martin O’Malley is scheduled to visit a Baltimore-based cybersecurity company to highlight efforts to increase jobs in Maryland.
Maryland Sen. Barbara Mikulski says a Senate vote on $120 million for a new building for cybersecurity training at the U.S. Naval Academy could be three weeks away.
U.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski and Gov. Martin O’Malley are attending the launch in Hanover of the Maryland Cybersecurity Roundtable, aimed at expanding the state’s computer security industry.
Cyber attacks on a number of retailers and universities have jeopardized some personal information of hundreds of thousands of Marylanders. Now we are learning some state agencies are not immune from those cybersecurity risks, either.
A cybersecurity startup company has moved to Frederick, Md. from West Virginia.
Hackers are targeting millions across the country. Companies nationwide have fallen victim to data breaches. Now the U.S. Attorney General is calling on Congress to take steps to protect consumers.
Maryland officials are signing an agreement with the National Institute of Standards and Technology to boost cybersecurity development in the state.
Cybersecurity executives and government officials are forming a roundtable group aimed at boosting Maryland’s efforts to become a center for the growing field.
Maryland lawmakers in both chambers of the Legislature are coming together early in the session to jointly announce a package of economic development initiatives, including a reduction in Maryland’s high estate tax.
Maryland lawmakers will look at the possibility of expanding a tax credit aimed at boosting jobs in the growing cybersecurity industry around the nation’s capital, House Speaker Michael Busch said.
In our region, the government estimates there are 11,000 companies working on cybersecurity.
A cybersecurity conference is being held in Baltimore to discuss commercial developments in the field.