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Mayors Say They’ll No Longer Pay Ransoms Connected to Security Events

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Mayors in the United States have collectively declared that they’ll no longer meet attackers’ ransom demands in connection to a digital security event. At its 87th annual meeting, the U.S. Conference of Mayors approved a resolution entitled, “Opposing Payment To Ransomeware Attack Perpetrators.” This decree makes clear that the Conference, the official non-partisan organization of […]… Read More

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