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Cybersecurity experts warn Baltimore to stop 'playing' with ransomware attacks Monday, 20 May 2019
Cybersecurity experts say Baltimore is playing with fire as a deadline to pay thousands of dollars in ransom to hackers holding several of the city's servers hostage has come and gone. 
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News video: Council President Scott calls for cybersecurity special committee

Council President Scott calls for cybersecurity special committee 01:43

As Baltimore City continues to grapple with a ransomware attack that has halted some city functions and made others more challenging, slow, and anachronistic, newly elected City Council President Brandon Scott has called for the city to create a Special Committee on Cybersecurity and Emergency...

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