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Work toward ensuring the security of internal IT systems, government data and citizens' personally identifiable information held by government. Includes coverage of privacy.

A spokeswoman for Mayor Justin Bibb said the breach has been “contained” but couldn’t say whether the city has agreed to, or will consider, paying the ransom. The city is working with the Ohio National Guard and the FBI to investigate.
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The company CEO acknowledged mistakes and said it was now making cybersecurity part of all employees’ responsibilities. Some legislators were skeptical and questioned how to create a more secure landscape overall.
Roughly a day after a ransomware attack hit Grand Traverse County systems, essential services were fully operational, city and county officials said. County government phone systems, however, were among those still not working normally.
Officials at the Office of Director of National Intelligence have said U.S. intelligence believes the Cuban government will attempt to influence U.S. elections this year. One possibility: targeted campaigns against state and local races in Florida.
Starting in January, the university will provide free digital security services such as vulnerability assessments, security audits and compliance checks to Southern Arizona businesses and nonprofits.
Richland School District was without phones and Internet for at least three days this week, with grades and the district's enrollment portal inaccessible, after someone gained unauthorized access to the network.
A private Catholic high school in Connecticut has added cybersecurity lessons to its summer program, giving students a crash course in defending against hacking, surveillance and assaults on computer networks.
The nationwide health system said Wednesday that files taken from its system during a breach in May likely contained personal information. The attack’s discovery impacted appointments, surgeries and ambulances.