In Wake of Colonial Pipeline Attack, Ransomware as Unrestrained as Ever, Experts Say
After the ransomware attack against meat-processing giant JBS, the White House says it has contacted Russia, putting it on notice that “responsible states do not harbor ransomware criminals.” Experts say that despite the chaos caused by the Colonial Pipeline hit, the pace of ransomware attacks hasn’t slowed.

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