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July 27, 2021

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DHS, DOJ pull together tools on ransomware, State Dept. offers reward for tips on threats to critical infrastructure

By Charlie Mitchell / July 15, 2021

The departments of Homeland Security and Justice today rolled out a new website designed to serve as a “one-stop hub for ransomware resources,” while the State Department announced rewards up to $10 million for information on malicious cyber actors targeting critical infrastructure.

“The new StopRansomware.gov is a collaborative effort across the federal government and the first joint website created to help private and public organizations mitigate their ransomware risk,” according to a DHS release, which described “a collaborative effort...


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