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Dragos issued a research note this afternoon saying the event CISA cited in its advisory this week is likely one reported by the US Coast Guard last year. “Based on information shared with Dragos, as well as noted in public reporting, the CISA alert likely describes the same event reported by the U.S. Coast Guard […]

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Cyberattacks on local government in the U.S. have increased dramatically over the last several years. In 2019 alone, ransomware affected more than 100 state and local governments, according to Recorded Future — and that’s just one threat vector. Municipalities are also at risk from insider threats, coordinated attacks and other perils. What is it about […]

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Owned by Japan Post, Toll has over 40,000 employees and claims to have a global logistics network that spans across 1,200 locations in more than 50 countries. The company said it discovered a piece of ransomware on its systems on Friday, January 31, and rushed to disable some systems in order to contain the incident. […]

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