Property Tax Bills To Be Mailed To Residents As Experts Work To Restore Baltimore City Government Computer NetworkComputer experts are doing what they can to make the city's computer system whole again, while residents still hang around waiting to pay water bills and parking tickets.
Md. Congressional Leaders Want To Know 'Who' & 'How' In Baltimore Ransomware AttackMaryland congressional delegation members say when it comes to the ransomware attack on Baltimore, they want to know, "who" and "how."
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.
Mayor Jack Young Says City 'In The Process' Of Restoring Computer AccessBaltimore Mayor Jack Young gave the public an update later Wednesday afternoon in the IT battle against a ransomware attack on Baltimore City Hall's computer system.
As Ransom Deadline Nears, Baltimore City Continues To Struggle For FixThe crippling cybersecurity attack on Baltimore City enters its ninth day, as city officials continue to say they can't say much about the investigation.
Employee's Firing Prompts Baltimore IT Security Review A Baltimore employee was found with hacking tools on his city computer, prompting the mayor to order a security review.
Women Say They Were Denied Jobs Because They Had 'Ghetto' NamesSeveral women are claiming they were discriminated against after receiving an email saying their "ghetto" name disqualified them from working at a Missouri company.
Three People Arrested For Massive Chipotle, Arby's, Chili's HacksThree alleged members of an international hacking group have been arrested for cyber crimes targeting over 100 retailers, including chains like Chili's, Chipotle and Arby's, the US government announced Wednesday.
Judge Gives Maryland Man 3 Months In Hacking CaseA Maryland man cried in a Chicago federal courtroom when a judge sentenced him to three months in prison for running a hacker-for-hire service.
Facebook To Release Russia Ads, Beef Up Election 'Integrity'Facebook is slowly acknowledging the outsized — if unintended — role it played in the 2016 U.S. presidential elections.
Auditors: Panel Exposed Voter Records to Potential HackingA legislative audit has found that Maryland's Board of Elections needlessly exposed the full Social Security numbers of almost 600,000 voters to potential hacking, risking theft of voters' identities.
Russia-Linked Malware Found on US Electric Company's LaptopMalware code linked to Russian hackers and found on a Vermont electric utility's computer is further evidence of "predatory" steps taken by that country against the U.S., a Vermont Democratic congressman said Saturday.
Top GOP Leaders Back Congressional Probes of Russia HackingCongress' top Republicans on Monday endorsed investigations into the CIA's belief that Russia meddled in last month's election to help Donald Trump win, suggesting potential battles ahead with the incoming commander in chief over Moscow and U.S. intelligence.
CIA Director: US Faces 'Unprecedented' Cyber ThreatsThe U.S. now faces an "unprecedented range of threats" in the digital domain, the nation's CIA director said.
US Official: Difficult to Alter US Elections Through Hacking President Barack Obama's homeland security adviser said Wednesday that it would be very hard for someone to hack into America's voting systems in a way that could alter an election outcome.