Incident reports acquired via Maryland Public Information Act request show that at least six cyber attacks have hit state agencies since early 2013.
From shrinking the corporate income tax to creating a chicken-litter-to-fuel facility, Maryland’s candidates for governor have strikingly different plans to make the state a better place to do business.
The CEO of the much-hyped virtual reality hardware recounted his humble startup beginnings and discussed the future of his company, now owned by Facebook.
Cybersecurity programs from mid-Atlantic colleges and universities were put to the test as they juggled defending networks, giving aid to fictional disaster victims, and meeting demands from officials.
When Maryland’s e-Library started, no one was sure if e-books would stick. Now the program offers over 45,000 e-books, and librarians’ roles have grown now that e-reading is here to stay.
As cyberattacks grow in number and severity, businesses and government alike are combining to help achieve U.S. Sen. Barbara Mikulski’s goal of making Maryland the “epicenter for cybersecurity.”
After a driver whose distracted driving led to the death of a 5-year-old received a $1,000 fine, a new measure proposes much harsher penalties.
Legal loopholes and hard-to-find information may discourage low-income Marylanders from getting sufficient dental insurance.