Update on Baltimore’s ransomware attack

Dan Kobialka reports:

Baltimore city officials last week agreed to transfer $6 million from a fund for parks and public facilities to help cover “remediation and hardening” costs associated with a May 2019 ransomware attack, according to The Baltimore Sun.

In addition, Baltimore officials last month said they are considering purchasing cyber insurance, The Baltimore Sun reported. The proposed cyber insurance policy would cost $830,000 and provide $20 million in cyber liability coverage.

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