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Raleigh has hired Marina Kelly to lead its cybersecurity efforts as CISO. Her executive-level experience includes time at North Carolina State University, where she was an IT manager in its Office of IT.
A new report predicts cyber attackers may increasingly target federal services that support residents’ basic needs, aiming to disrupt U.S. society, spark panic and foment distrust in government.
Sponsored by the Michigan Secretary of State's Office, the closed-session event took place at the Michigan Works office in Traverse City, with more sessions planned elsewhere in the coming weeks.
A cyber attack reported by Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin in January affected 533,809 people, the HMO told federal regulators this week, and stolen data may include Social Security numbers.
Compelled to use manual processes and paper timesheets after a cyber incident discovered in March, the Alabama city has paid most employees on time, Mayor Randall Woodfin told staff. The issue of late paychecks is being addressed, he added.
Stewart Gloster departs the Office of the National Cyber Director after two years serving as the deputy national cyber director for technology and ecosystem security.
A public university in Las Vegas canceled classes this week after a ransomware attack targeted its student and staff portal for online classes, course materials, campus email, payroll and other systems.
The county is preparing for a soft launch of reopening the assessment, collection and recorder of deeds offices to the public on April 16, according to a new press release from officials.
At an Education Week webinar, panelists from the cloud software provider Softdocs said schools can enhance data security by moving away from on-premise data management and using third-party cybersecurity expertise.
A court battle over a social media account highlights a larger issue. Even if our earthly affairs are in order when we die, privacy questions around who should own our data may be unanswered — and tough to resolve.
Change Healthcare has reportedly already paid off one set of cyber attackers, but now a second group is claiming that it has stolen data, too.
The state’s Turnpike Commission cautioned E-ZPass account holders they are being targeted by bad actors seeking financial information to pay outstanding tolls. Toll agencies nationwide have reported similar scams in recent days.
John Toney, the new chief information security officer for the state of Vermont, replaces Scott Carbee, who stepped down in August to join the University of Vermont as ISO. Toney spent more than a decade at the U.S. Secret Service.
The Missouri county’s assessment, collections and recorder of deeds offices were closed Monday as officials worked to restore computer systems impacted in last week’s attack. Other systems and taxpayer data were not compromised.
The new ransomware attack threatened the university's cybersecurity defenses last week, resulting in canceled classes and disruptions in employee payroll systems.