Updated July 18, 2019
Baltimore has agreed to spend another $ 10 million to gain access to its pedestrian attack.
In early May, he set up a computer for several cities.
The government’s financial services budget estimates the response rate
The attack totaled $ 18 million while criminals demanded $ 80,000
Compensation for the three operations, but also for the local courts
Law enforcement will not pay.
A Baltimore-based technology expert told ABC News
[The city takes the lead
After the attack, they turned down government assistance.
So far this month, three Florida cities have been victims of a new ransomware program with their latest victim, Key Biskin.
$ 600,000 was paid in cash last week
Two other cities also defend themselves against hackers against Lake City.
$ 460,000 Bitcoin for data recovery and computer operations
Riviera Beach costs $ 600,000.