Nearly 22 million Americans hacked. The FBI now says the biggest ever government breach targeted background checks full of information from federal workers, their families and even friends.
The same technology used by lawyers to weed out mountains of extraneous documents to find the smoking gun to win their case is now being used by city governments to process public records requests from journalists and the public.
Public health officials say an updated study shows no statistically significant evidence of cancer clusters within 2 miles of Fort Detrick in Frederick.
Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler said Wednesday his office will review allegations by a University of Maryland law professor that Facebook and OKCupid violated a state law by manipulating customer data as part of company research.
Tens of millions of credit cards are exposed. Home Depot customers are hit with a data breach that’s even bigger than the Target hack last winter.
Parts of Maryland hit hardest by storms may soon be the first to know just how bad the next one will be.
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.
The University of Maryland president testifies on Capitol Hill about the widespread data breach that exposed hundreds of thousands of people’s personal information.
The University of Maryland says someone hacked into its computer network and obtained personal information for the second time in four weeks.
Johns Hopkins University is hit by a hacker. The university and the FBI are investigating a data breach involving hundreds of staff and students.
Target, Neiman Marcus, Michaels and the University of Maryland. They’re all major retailers and institutions hit by hackers.
There are calls for a federal investigation in the Target data breach that’s left 110 million customers exposed to potential fraud.