Ransomware Attack At Howard University Shuts Network, Classes CanceledThe school said there is no evidence yet of personal data being taken.
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.
Ransomware Gang Threatens Release Of DC Police RecordsA Russian-speaking ransomware syndicate that stole data from the Washington, D.C., police department says negotiations over payment have broken down and it will release sensitive information that could put lives at risk if more money is not offered.
Companies Must Increase Cyber Security Training After Recent Ransomware Attacks In Baltimore-Area, Expert SaysLast week, the University of Maryland, Baltimore announced they were attacked by a ransomware group known as Clop in December.
University Of Maryland, Baltimore Says Private Information Was Compromised In Ransomware AttackThe University of Maryland, Baltimore is dealing with a ransomware attack. The school says it happened in late December, but it just discovered the breach this week.
Baltimore County Officials Say No Data Stolen During Ransomware AttackBaltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski says officials don't believe any data was stolen during a ransomware attack that shut down Baltimore County Public Schools for several days last month.
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 County Public Schools Closed Due To 'Ransomware Cyber Attack'All Baltimore County Public Schools closed Wednesday after the school system was hit with a ransomware cyber attack, according to officials.
Baltimore IT Director, Who Went On Leave After Ransomware Attack, No Longer Employee With CityThe City said that as of October 1, Johnson was no longer a city employee,
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."
Woes Continue For Baltimore City Employees After Ransomware AttackAs Baltimore continues to find workarounds to conduct city business during a ransomware attack, one solution caused them more issues Thursday.
Baltimore Delegation Request FBI Briefing On Baltimore Ransomware AttackU.S. Senators Chris Van Hollen and Ben Cardin and Representatives Elijah E. Cummings, Dutch Ruppersberger, and John Sarbanes requested a briefing Thursday from the FBI on the Baltimore ransomware attack once their investigation is completed.
First Day For Manual Real Estate Workaround As Baltimore's Computers Remain Crippled By RansomwareMany people are conducting business with Baltimore the old fashioned way almost two weeks since a ransomware attack took the city’s computer system’s hostage.
Mayor Jack Young Open To Paying Ransom In Computer Attack, New Fix Allows Real Estate Transactions To ResumeThe ransomware attack continues to plague Baltimore as the ransom deadline loomed Friday.
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.