More and more municipalities are becoming victims of hacks. For example in the US, the first half of 2018 has seen many major (or not so major) cities being attacked by bad actors using a variety of methods. In fact, a major attack on Atlanta put every metro official on notice that hackers don’t balk at attacking cities, and it’s not a matter of “if” but “when” they find an opening. Not surprisingly, one of the key entry points for these attacks is (drumroll please) … Phishing! By most accounts, over 90 percent of breaches start with phishing. The criminal…

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