What can we learn from a cyber-attack in Alaska? Albeit small, they were resilient! In July 2018, the small Alaskan community of Matanuska-Susitna (Mat-Su) was targeted by a ransomware attack, which resulted in more than 700 devices being knocked offline. The incident proliferated through Mat-Su’s local networks, impeding office phone lines and affecting the borough’s government offices, local libraries, animal shelters, and real estate companies. Faced with unprecedented circumstances . . .
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United States Cybersecurity Magazine
- Mobile Endpoint Security: How Secure is Your Organization Against Mobile Threats in the Remote Work Era?
- Chesapeake Science & Security Corridor Supports Army Readiness, Resilience Through Networked Defense Industry Base and CMMC Framework
- A (very) Brief Introduction to Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)
- OSI: The Great Grandmother of Trouble Shooting