States, including Pa., weigh bans on ransomware payoffs
Some cybersecurity specialists say lawmakers should pump more money into helping state and local governments strengthen their systems rather than banning ransom payments.
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.
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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.