Following a March 22 cyberattack on the City of Atlanta government, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) has temporarily shut down its Wi-Fi system, leaving the airport’s approximately 275,000 daily passengers and 63,000 employees scrambling for internet connectivity. Reportedly, the Atlanta city government experienced a ransomware cyberattack the morning of March 22 impacting multiple internal applications; city employees were advised to not use their ...

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