It was an all-too-familiar situation for the Minnesota Department of Education Wednesday. The commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Education says science assessment testing was suspended due to a cyber attack.
With an ever-growing trove of sensitive information to safeguard, state officials have taken last year’s string of high-profile hacks into major companies to heart. Minnesota’s network holds the same kinds of personal information unleashed by hackers at Target, Home Depot and other retailers — and then some.
The people who chose to look at nude celebrity photos that hackers posted committed “a sexual offense,” actress Jennifer Lawrence says in an exclusive interview with Vanity Fair in its November issues
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With computers controlling more and more of the cars we drive, hackers are apparently on the prowl. A new report ranks the 2014 Jeep Cherokee the most hackable car on the road today.
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Three Minnesota campaigns are expressing outrage Wednesday after their campaign Facebook sites were hacked.
To be clear: I’ve never tried to hack into anyone’s cell phone. Until James Wray sent in a Good Question asking: How secure are our cell phones?
A Minnesota man has been sentenced to 18 years in prison for hacking into his neighbors’ wireless network and framing them for distributing child pornography and email threats against Vice President Joe Biden and other officials.
A Texas man who admitted hacking into the computer systems of a Minnesota company and NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland pleaded guilty Wednesday to one count of wire fraud.