May 2018

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Three Reasons we need a Department of Cyber security

Fast forward to the current day and the FCC, responsible for commercial networks seems to be the only one holding out on an overarching policy.  Without a Nationwide department exclusively for Cyber Security, there remains a huge crater size hole between the cyber policies of various departments and institutes which constitutes a serious vulnerability.  

What we can identify from the Atlanta Cyber-attack.

The computer network of the City of Atlanta was hit by a ransomware attack which paralyzed a substantial percentage of the city’s data. The hackers demanded $50,000 to unlock the system. 

The Atlanta attack forced many city departments and organizations to go offline for several days, meaning that residents were unable to pay bills or fines and police were unable to electronically file paperwork – breathe deep, tickets were issued by hand.