NSA Employee Charged With Mishandling Classified MaterialMark Robert Unkenholz, 60, of Hanover, Maryland, is accused of using his personal email address to send information classified as “secret” and “top secret” to somebody else’s private company email addresses.
Defense Contractor To Pay $1M To Resolve Overbilling ClaimsA Maryland defense contractor has agreed to pay nearly $1 million in a settlement over claims that it overbilled the National Security Agency for contract work, federal authorities said Monday.
Former Defense Dept. Contractor From Md. Indicted For Allegedly Submitting False Claims For Hours WorkedA Gaithersburg woman has been indicted for allegedly submitting claims for hours she worked on a government project when she was not at work.
Ex-NSA Contractor Harold Martin Sentenced To 9 Years For Stolen DocumentsA former National Security Agency contractor who stored two decades' worth of classified documents at his Maryland home was sentenced Friday to nine years in prison.
NSA Subcontractor Pleads Guilty To Submitting More Than $220K In False Time Worked On Government ProjectsA former National Security Agency subcontractor pleaded guilty Tuesday to submitting more than $220,000 in false claims for hours he didn't work on government projects.
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."
Glen Burnie Man Pleads Guilty In Largest Theft Of Government Secrets In HistoryHarold Martin was arrested in 2016 on charges he stole an enormous volume of sensitive information that he kept at his home in Glen Burnie.
Fmr. NSA Employee Who Kept Top Secret Information At Home SentencedA former National Security Agency employee who pleaded guilty to keeping top secret U.S. defense material at his home was sentenced.
2 Freed After Shots Fired At SUV In NSA Campus ConfrontationTwo of the three people who were in an SUV that tried to enter the National Security Agency campus without authorization have been released.
Maryland Launches 'NSA Day of Cyber' School ChallengeStarting today, students will be able to explore careers in cybersecurity.
CIA Director: Moscow Loves To 'Stick It To America'CIA Director Mike Pompeo said Thursday that Russia is interested in staying in Syria, partly because they "love to stick it to America."
Accused Leaker Shared Harsh Opinions On Trump Before ArrestA contractor accused of leaking top-secrets used to live and work in Maryland.
Spy Tool Born In Maryland Responsible For Global Cyber AttackA spy tool born in Maryland is now being exploited as a cyber weapon in a global attack.
Experts Working To Crack Down On International Cyber AttacksAs computer experts frantically fight an international cyber attack, people turning on their computers for the start of the work week are vulnerable.
Contractor Accused Of Stealing NSA Documents Pleads Not GuiltyA former government contractor accused of stealing reams of top secret government documents has pleaded not guilty.