Ransomware Week

“Faux Ransomware Does Damage,” The Wall Street Journal, June 30, 2017 B3.  Motive for recent attacks was not blackmail, but just disruption.  The files that were attacked may not be recoverable.  “Malware Leaves Big Law Firm Hobbled,” The Wall Street Journal, June 30, 2017 B3.  DLA Piper shuts down after its computer systems hit.  “Hospital Is Forced To Scrap Computers,” The Wall Street Journal, June 30, 2017 B3. West Virginia hospital tosses its entire computer network after cyberattack.

Have the Visigoths gathered at the gate?  If we can’t protect our computers and the information they contain and send, does our civilization survive?  Is IT now more important that all the other functions?

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