The federal personnel agency whose records were plundered by hackers linked to China announced on Monday the temporary shutdown of a massive database used to update and store background investigation records after newly discovering a flaw that left the system vulnerable to additional breaches.
Officials at the University of Maryland say a database breach last month affects fewer people than first reported, but it affects students who attended the school years earlier than initially thought.
The House of Delegates is considering a bill that would link Maryland’s gun registry to its criminal database.
Injury lawyers in Maryland now have what may be the legal profession’s equivalent of a rap sheet.
A watchful eye. The City of Baltimore is hoping businesses and homeowners will buy into a new program that allows city police to access their personal security cameras.
Maryland auditors say a database of state land acquisitions to preserve agriculture has not been tested for reliability.
Two Frederick residents have been charged with abandoning eight dogs in Ijamsville.
A former police officer was given five months home detention for accessing police databases to help her drug dealer fiancé.