Baltimore IT director who went on leave after ransomware attack is no longer employed with the city   


Baltimore IT director Frank Johnson, who went on leave in September amid criticisms over his handling of the recovery from a crippling ransomware attack, no longer works for the city.

Lester Davis, a spokesman for Democratic Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young, confirmed Monday that Oct. 1 was Johnson’s...


Hospitals pay hackers in ransomware attack: Report   

An Alabama hospital system that quit accepting new patients after a ransomware attack says it gotten a key to unlock its computer systems

DCH Hospital Pays Ryuk Ransomware for Decryption Key   

Community-owned DCH Health System in Alabama, which was hit by a ransomware attack earlier this month, has paid the attackers in order to receive a decryption key for the Ryuk ransomware that had infected its systems. The attack forced three regional hospitals in Tuscaloosa, Fayette and Northportto, to begin turning
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