Hogan Talks Gas Tax, Inflation, And Potential Russian Cyberattacks On CNBC's Squawk BoxGov. Larry Hogan talked about how Maryland was the first state to implement a 30-day gas tax suspension to offset price pressures put into play by the war in Ukraine on CNBC’s Squawk Box Tuesday.
Maryland Lawmaker: Officials Misled On Ransomware AttackSen. Paul Pinsky criticized Maryland Chief Information Security Officer Chip Stewart during a hearing on Thursday, a day after Stewart announced that the Dec. 4 attack involved ransomware.
Maryland Department Of Health Confirms Ransomware Attack Caused Disruption In COVID-19 Data Last MonthA disruption last month in the Maryland Department of Health's reporting of COVID-19 data was in fact a ransomware attack, the state's Chief Information Security Officer Chip Stewart said Wednesday.
Maryland Covid Case Data Remains Offline; Doctors Warn Of Surging Hospitalizations As State Makes Emergency Hospital PlansThe state has opened a “surge operation center” to coordinate with every hospital and transfer patients if some facilities become overwhelmed.
Cybersecurity Incident Prevents Maryland Health Department From Publishing COVID-19 Case DataThe cyberattack marks just the latest example of a hacking incident hindering a healthcare-related organization during the pandemic.
COVID-19 In Maryland: State Approaches 1K Patients HospitalizedMaryland reported 984 residents are hospitalized with COVID-19, the highest since May 1 when there were 957 patients being treated, according to state health department data released Thursday morning.
COVID-19 In Maryland: 925 Residents Are Hospitalized, Highest Since MayMaryland reported 925 residents are hospitalized with COVID-19, the highest since May 4 when there were 934 patients being treated, according to state health department data released Wednesday morning.
Maryland Dept. Of Health Website Operational After CyberattackA cyberattack Sunday crippled some services.
Cyberattack Hits Maryland Department of Health; Government Agencies Increasingly Targets of HackersOne health care executive tweeted that he had trouble getting key Medicaid information because of the hack.
WSSC Water Investigating Ransomware AttackWSSC Water is investigating a ransomware attack from May 24 that impacted a portion of their network that operates non-essential business systems.
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.