Updated 18 July 2019
Riviera Beach City Council has chosen to pay 65 bitcoin this week.
Or ransom of 600,000 000 trying to destroy their computer systems
May 29 rinsomware after the attack.
In addition, Florida paid 914,000 for attacks on damaged new computers.
The agency submits its decision to the council
An external defense company will be sent to solve the problem. S. city spokesman
Rose Ann Braun told CBS
Miami [City is exercising with him
Security Adviser, A.
Exchange fees are recommended, although there is no guarantee of payment
According to The Palm Beach Post, the city’s insurance company is talking to the strikers.
Purchase cost cover. This is what the IT city said
Some services have been returned to the Internet, but it is not known if this is the case
SC Media wanted more ideas for the city.
A horrific incident happened at a police station in Florida
The employee will open a malicious email which leads to malicious encryption of almost everything.
911 emergency systems with city computer network, e-mail, internet account
Earnings and earnings.
The decision to award the prize has been controversial ever since
There is no guarantee that offenders will receive their orders and remain safe
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The town of Riviera is high paying
Pay the price as there is no guarantee the attackers will return
Factors that can damage the city. payment
The Council clearly supports such attacks
“Attackers are under attack,” said Slobury Libroff, director of special programs
Riviera Beach is not the first community or company that made this decision. Jackson County, GA, made this statement
Colombian surgeons were involved in a $ 400,000 attack in March 2019.
Saeed Ilya Kolovchenko, founder and CEO of ImmuniWeb
Not only the offender, but the outcome of the trial as well
Talk to others and attack the wrong software.
This is a very difficult story and can be confusing
Better ransomware increases the number of attacks in larger battles
He noted that small towns are good for itself.
Riviera beach is not just about training
At least 20 municipalities in Baltimore and the Atlanta area and across the country.
Baltimore and Atlana refused to pay, resulting in $ 18 million in compensation
And 17 million in a row.