New UMD Center Puts Focus on Railway Cybersecurity and Safety
Trains ground to a halt for several hours in Denmark last November after a ransomware attack hit a railway subcontractor. Earlier in 2022, cybercriminals breached the computer system used by Italy’s state railroad, forcing a suspension of ticket sales.
New Research Reveals Nonprofit Volunteers More Valued Than Ever, But Scarce
Nonprofit organizations grappling with increased demand, limited resources and reduced staffing in the wake of a global pandemic rely more than ever on volunteer engagement, but those volunteers are now harder to engage, according to new research released Tuesday by the University of Maryland.
Mid-Atlantic Climate Action Hub Launches With $2.2M Grant From Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
A $2.2 million grant will help launch a University of Maryland-led initiative to address the effects of environmental racism and climate change across the mid-Atlantic region, providing financial and training support and advocating for policy changes.