Virginia’s new CIO targets cyber, ‘smart growth’ via StateScoop.com Read more at https://statescoop.com/virginia-cio-robert-osmond-cybersecurity/ Retrieved 2022-08-03T18:44:32+00:00
The Wawa data breach happened after hackers gained access to the company’s computer network in late 2018 through a phishing attack and later deployed malware on Wawa’s point-of-sale terminals.Read more…
Virginia Ranks 8th For Data Breaches Costing Billions Of Dollars Patch.com Read more at https://patch.com/virginia/arlington-va/virginia-ranks-8th-data-breaches-costing-billions-dollars Retrieved 2022-07-22T17:12:56+00:00
Interns work on election cybersecurity; two from VCU are stationed in Henry County Martinsville BulletinRead more at https://martinsvillebulletin.com/news/local/interns-work-on-election-cybersecurity-two-from-vcu-are-stationed-in-henry-county/article_b34bfd8c-020d-11ed-b3b2-13c1faa0af5f.htmlRetrieved 2022-07-13T04:00:00+00:00
VCU Health data breach exposes private information of thousands of patients WWBTRead more at https://www.nbc12.com/2022/07/12/vcu-health-data-breach-exposes-private-information-thousands-patients/Retrieved 2022-07-12T22:16:00+00:00
A data breach may have exposed the medical records of nearly 4,500 organ donors and transplant recipients at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System as early as 2006. Read more at…
New laws on information technology, cybersecurity go into effect in Virginia News 3 WTKR Norfolk Read more at https://www.wtkr.com/news/new-laws-on-information-technology-cybersecurity-go-into-effect-in-virginia Retrieved 2022-07-01T18:44:03+00:00
Cyber attacks are the next big threat to the supply chain Read more at https://www.wtvr.com/news/national-politics/the-race/cyber-attacks-could-be-the-next-big-threat-to-the-supply-chain Retrieved 2022-05-20T19:07:25+00:00
Six men plead guilty in the Richmond Federal District Court to a $1.5 million fraud that involved identity theft, a chain of fictitious furniture stores and a phishing hack of servers, located in Virginia, that contained sensitive financial data.
After checking the status of an unemployment claim with the Virginia Employment Commission, a Henrico woman was stunned to discover she had access to 90 pages of confidential personal information about 16 people.