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A number of states are stepping in to provide assistance to local governments facing increased cybersecurity threats.
Some California jurisdictions were hit by ransomware attacks late last year and experts expect these operations to ramp up in 2020.
On Tuesday, the City of Galt in Sacramento County confirmed that it had been the victim of a ransomware attack.
There’s good reason to fear a cyber attack on your city in the future, but there are things local governments can do right now to prevent or mitigate an attack.
The City of Baltimore, Maryland will fork over $20 million to insure itself against network disruptions caused by future cyber attacks.
In January, the City of Del Rio, Texas was brought to a screeching halt by a mysterious ransomware attack that targeted the city’s computers and electronic systems.
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Lodi City Manager Steve Schwabauer has confirmed that his city was hit by a cyber attack earlier this year, in which the perpetrators demanded Bitcoin as ransom.