If you use GPS in your car, you might want to listen to this: hackers have found new ways of getting your information—from your vehicle’s database.
Stepping down. The head of the hacked government agency resigns in the wake of a massive data breach.
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.
The federal government is looking into how hackers may have broken into the U.S. government’s networks, risking the personal information of the entire federal workforce.
Cyber crimes. Hackers are hitting everyone from Fortune 500 companies to your home computer. It’s now the plot of the newest CSI show.
A Salisbury TV station’s Twitter and website were hacked Tuesday.
Five years, countless victims and a new audit reveals that the University of Maryland-College Park still doesn’t have it right. Christie Ileto reports on how the campus network remains vulnerable to hackers.
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.
A gang of computer hackers are busted for stealing the credit card numbers of 160 million Americans. Seventeen major corporations were hacked, including a number of companies here in Maryland.
It’s no secret that cars have become increasingly dependent on computers, and there’s no sign of that trend slowing anytime soon. But are computer hackers a threat to today’s drivers? Antivirus software manufacturer MacAfee seems […]
The News Corp phone hacking scandal zeroes in on the British prime minister and now he’s firing back.