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Building an effective response plan to thwart ransomware attacks requires a methodical and considered approach
From locking servers so they can demand ransom payments to exposing incriminating files, here’s what police need to know about malicious actors online
Marc Coopwood, a 27-year law enforcement veteran, is committed to keeping the public sector safe, stable and secure in a different way than he did as an assistant chief of police
The investigation into the deadly shooting at the Allen outlet mall is ongoing, with law enforcement officials searching for a motive behind the attack
A ransomware attack on the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department computers caused a shutdown in email, in-car cameras and a database for background checks
City officials said the police website was affected as well as computer-assisted-dispatching that the fire department uses
The breach has disabled patrol vehicle laptops, forcing officers to write down details of calls they receive from dispatch
Law enforcement agencies continue to be vulnerable to cyberattacks; here’s how your agency can fight back
Focus your cybersecurity investment on initiatives that create more effort for the attacker
Preventing ransomware attacks is possible; our expert panelists offer several best practices your agency can follow to help reduce risk and mitigate potential issues
Payments could encourage additional attacks and victims still may not automatically get back their data, said FBI Director Christopher Wray