Baltimore County Schools Plan To Resume Virtual Learning Wednesday Following CyberattackStudents in Baltimore County will resume virtual learning Wednesday following a cyberattack, the Baltimore County Public Schools system said Monday.
Baltimore's Acting IT Director Todd Carter Becomes Department's Permanent LeaderBaltimore's acting information technology director, who has been in the role since October, has been named the department's permanent leader, Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young's office said Thursday.
Cybersecurity Bill Would Set Defense Plan For Local AgenciesA new Maryland bill would ask the state’s Department of Information Technology to develop a baseline plan for localities within the state to help battle cyber attacks.
Baltimore Board Of Estimates Approves $20M For Cyber Insurance To Guard Against Future AttacksThe hack shut down parking and water bill payments online, leaving some city residents stuck with back payments that built up for months.
Ransomware Attack Will Cost Baltimore City $18M, Councilmember SaysThe ransomware attack on Baltimore City's government will cost the city more than $18 million, council member Isaac "Yitzy" Schleifer said.
DC Police Camera Network Hit with CyberattackDevices that record data from police surveillance cameras in Washington D.C. were infected in a cyberattack days before President Donald Trump's inauguration.
US Internet Repeatedly Disrupted By Cyberattacks on Key FirmCyberattacks on a key internet firm repeatedly disrupted the availability of popular websites across the United States Friday, according to analysts and company officials. The White House described the disruption as malicious.
Carroll County Schools Reveal CyberattackCarroll County public school officials are revealing a cyberattack that shut down Internet access for one day last week.
Reports: Retired General Target Of Leaks ProbeA former vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff is under investigation for allegedly leaking classified information about a covert cyberattack on Iran's nuclear facilities, according to media reports.
At Baltimore Conference, U.S. General Affirms Cyberattacks On AfghanistanMarine Lt. Gen. Richard P. Mills' comments came last week at a conference in Baltimore during which he explained how U.S. commanders considered cyber weapons an important part of their arsenal.
Pentagon Weighing How To Respond To CyberattacksThe Defense Department is finalizing policies that will determine what the military can do in the event of a cyberattack as the government figures out who should have the power to shut down computer networks seized by an enemy nation, terrorist group or criminal hacker.