Texas Cities Struggle To Defend Against Cybercrime With Sparse Resources

“Some of these cities that do experience an attack. They will go underground, and they won’t even communicate with their closest peers for fear of something leaking out and being attacked further.”

By Paul FlahiveMay 5, 2019 1:09 pm, ,

From Texas Public Radio:

Across the country, one in four cities reported being attacked by cybercriminals every hour.  That’s according to a 2016 survey, but attacks against cities have since risen. 

Cities in Texas are often targets of cyberattacks, especially small cities, which often lack personnel and funds.

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