Baltimore County Students, Staff Rush To Make Sure There Are No Lingering Ransomware Issues On Devices After CyberattackBaltimore County Public Schools officials say virtual learning will resume Wednesday after a ransomware cyberattack last week.
Bill Would Make Possession Of Ransomware A Crime In MarylandState lawmakers heard arguments Tuesday on a bill that seeks to add criminal penalties for knowingly possessing ransomware with the intent to use it in a malicious way.
Some Water Bills To Be Mailed Out This Week, Months After Baltimore Ransomware AttackSome large water bills are expected to be mailed out to Baltimore city residents beginning this week.
City To Send Reminders About Bigger Water Bills This WeekWater customers in the City of Baltimore and Baltimore County will get reminders in the mail this week that their water bills will be larger than usual.
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.
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.
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.
Ransomware Attack To Delay Baltimore Home Buying And Selling As Deed Records, Water Bills ImpactedAs Baltimore city continues to battle a ransomware attack, homebuyers and sellers are facing delays as the city's deed records were affected.
City Hall Officials Ransomware Attack Affecting How Residents Pay Their BillsA ransomware attack has crippled some of Baltimore's computer network and it's affecting how some residents pay their bills.
Ransomware Attacks On The Rise As Hackers Prey On Consumer InformationWhen it comes to spreading disruption, hackers who use ransomware are a growth industry.
Bill Introduces Criminal, Civil Penalties for RansomwareA bill that introduces steep penalties for the perpetrators of ransomware attacks, like the one that disabled the network of several Maryland hospitals last year, is making its way through the Maryland legislature.
FBI Investigates CryptoLocker VirusA new computer virus is threatening to not only wipe out your computer files but empty out your wallet.