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Pembroke Pines is yet another South Florida city that has fallen victim to a ransomware attack. The attack briefly knocked the city's systems offline, but it remains unknown if any personal data was stolen.
Cybersecurity has been a white-hot issue in the opening of 2022 with multiple high-profile news stories documenting breaches, phishing attempts and other security-related issues across the country.
During a recent U.S. House hearing, experts discussed how the federal government can help state and local election officials defend election software, stop doxxing of election officials and the looming misinformation threat.
Thousands of records containing health information and hundreds more with personal identifying information were exposed after a phishing scam involving Sacramento County employees last year.
People who use the IRS digital portal will need to be prepared starting in the summer to submit a live video selfie and various documentation to make and view payments and access tax records.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission wants to take the fight to hackers by developing cybersecurity standards that outline how U.S. power grids can search for intruders within networks.
The structure — which replaces a hangar that is nearly 100 years old — will include a six-bay hangar, maintenance shops, administrative space and storage for parts, ground-support equipment and hazardous materials.
Police departments across the country suffered a slew of damaging ransomware attacks in 2021. The new year promised more of the same, but what should law enforcement agencies really be concerned with in 2022?
The California Department of Technology disputes many of the findings in a new report from the California State Auditor, the latest in a series of critiques of the agency since 2013.
Federal lawmakers think a bill would annihilate a duopoly that Apple and Google hold on the mobile market. The two companies, however, have argued the bill will make it harder to protect users' privacy and security.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker filed a $5 billion bill that would commit $185 million to state IT for cybersecurity and system upgrades. The bill would also address areas like public safety infrastructure.
Former Clerk Treasurer John Millard initiated 20 automated clearing house payments from the city’s bank account to multiple out-of-state bank accounts from March 19 to May 4, 2020, per a report.
Yesterday, federal officials discussed which cybersecurity policies should take highest priority. Two suggestions involved mandatory incident reporting and addressing the semiconductor chip shortage.
The Maryland Department of Health said a ransomware attack is what disrupted its systems and services last month. Although officials didn't state much about the attack, they said the ransom wasn't paid.
Particularly in light of the new federal cybersecurity grant program, governments need to establish updated cyber response plans that go beyond short-term solutions and set agencies up to tackle future risks.