"Baltimore Ransomware Attack" Posts

Baltimore Schools Ransomware Attack Recovery Status Update

Ransomware attacks Baltimore County Public Schools (BCPS). Schools closed amid malware recovery effort. Unclear if MSSPs & third-party forensics investigators are assisting.

Baltimore Ransomware Attack Update: City to Buy $20M in Cyber Insurance

The Baltimore Board of Estimates approves the purchase of $20 million in cyber liability coverage after the city experienced a ransomware attack in May 2019.

Baltimore Ransomware Attack Update: City CIO Exits

Baltimore CIO Frank Johnson and the city part ways. Baltimore ransomware attack earlier this year damaged city’s technology infrastructure.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 08 October 2019

Today’s MSSP news involves AttackIQ, Auth0, BigID, Dedrone, Forcepoint, LastPass, Palo Alto Networks SOAR, SolarWinds, Sophos, Telos, vArmour, WatchGuard & more.

Baltimore Ransomware Attack Recovery Update

The City of Baltimore will transfer $6 million from a fund for parks and public facilities to help cover costs associated with a May ransomware attack.

Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) News: 10 June 2019

Today’s MSSP news involves Cylus, Google Android Security, Raytheon, SecBI, United Technologies and more.

Baltimore Ransomware Attack Involved NSA’s EternalBlue Hacker Tools: Report

The Baltimore ransomware attack involved EternalBlue malware stolen from the National Security Agency (NSA) in 2017, The New York Times asserts.

Baltimore Ransomware Attack Update: RobbinHood Malware’s Lasting Impact

Baltimore’s recovery from a RobbinHood ransomware attack is a painstaking process. Some city applications will need complete rebuilds, Baltimore officials concede.

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) News: 16 May 2019

Today’s MSSP & MSP security news involves 42Crunch, Bitglass, Extreme Networks, GoSecure, Lightstream, Palo Alto Networks, SIRP, Tenable, Z Services & more.

Baltimore Ransomware Attack: RobbinHood Malware Recovery Continues

Baltimore ransomware recovery & investigation continues, Baltimore Mayor Bernard (“Jack”) Young says. FBI investigates multiple RobbinHood malware attacks.