How transparent should government be after a cyberattack?
from Government Technology
From November 7:
Atlanta was one of the first major cities hit, waylaid by a costly ransomware attack. As headlines about what happened continued in the months to come, similar incidents besieged other government agencies across the country. There was Baltimore. There was the Colorado Department of Transportation, twice. There were half a dozen small cities in Massachusetts. There was Albany, New York. In the past 18 months or so, cyberattacks on government have accelerated.
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