Town Hall: Cyberattacks Aren’t Going Anywhere – We Need a National Strategy to Fight Them

US lawmakers have recently begun discussing the need for a federal plan to find out what types of cash payments are made after ransomware attacks. Cyberattacks have been ramping up in recent months, with each one underscoring the nation’s under-preparedness. The digital infrastructure of private companies and government organizations have plenty of vulnerabilities, and their responses to damaging attacks have been frantically improvised. Worsening the situation are the significant delays in responding to cyberattacks, an inevitable consequence of the fact that the federal government has no uniform approach to combating malicious hackers.

The op-ed is available online in the Town Hall.

Cyberattacks Aren’t Going Anywhere – We Need a National Strategy to Fight Them by Caroline Wang (townhall.com)

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