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.
Days away from the three-year anniversary of the arrest of a Maryland man accused of spying in Cuba, his wife and attorney called again for his release.
It appears Cuba may be proposing a prisoner swap that involves Maryland native Alan Gross. He’s been held for two and a half years with all attempts to free him by the U.S. State Department rejected. But that may be changing.
The world’s most influential leaders appeal to the Cuban government to release Alan Gross, and there are new developments from Havana. Gross could be allowed to come home to his family in Maryland and see his dying mother. But there’s a catch.
Imprisoned in Cuba. A Maryland man has been in police custody for two and a half years for a crime he says he didn’t commit. With no end in sight, Alan Gross opens up about the accusations against him.
A former government space scientist was sentenced Wednesday to 13 years in prison for admitting that he tried to sell space and defense secrets to Israel in what turned out to be an FBI sting operation.
The family of a Maryland man jailed in Cuba for spying is appealing to the pope for help.
Jailed in Cuba. The campaign to get a Maryland man set free moves in a new direction.
A former government space scientist pleaded guilty Wednesday to one count of attempted espionage for trying to sell classified information to an undercover FBI agent posing as an Israeli spy.
The State Department says the former New Mexico governor is traveling as a private citizen. But the department says it supports his efforts to obtain Alan Gross’ freedom.
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.