As cyber threats loom, state officials aim to boost defenses
Just last week, the House State Government Committee tabled HB 40, a bill introduced by state Rep. Seth Grove, R-York, that would have established IT governance and oversight, including an Office of Information Technology (OIT) at the state level.
America Must Respond To This Cyber-Pearl Harbor Attack | John A. Tures
Earlier in December, the CyberSecurity Firm FireEye was hacked. In assessing the damage, the company discovered that hackers had penetrated software from the Texas-based SolarWinds Corporation, used by a number of government agencies.
Pa. schools, unemployment recipients the victims of data breaches, scams
A new report found Pennsylvania ranks 10th in most data breaches at K-12 schools and fourth place for the most data breaches at post-secondary schools.
Officials vigilant as cybercriminals seek profit in coronavirus
Officials are warning people to be on the lookout for cybercriminals looking to use the COVID-19 crisis to their advantage.