The city of Baltimore fell victim to a ransomware attack on May 7, 2019 – the second successful attack in the last year. When the ransomware was discovered, the city notified the FBI and took systems offline to keep the attack from spreading.

Unfortunately, the city was unable to react swiftly enough to prevent the majority of city servers from being affected, including systems that enable services like voice mail, email, parking fines, water bills, property taxes, vehicle citations and home sales.

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