Cyber Attacks Against North Dakota Increased 300 Percent Last Year

Attempted cyberattacks against the North Dakota state government grew by nearly 300% last year, according to Shawn Riley, the state’s chief information officer and head of the information technology department.

That number equates to more than 15 million cyberattacks a month, up from 5 million a month in 2018.

But North Dakota isn’t alone, Riley noted.

Read more at the Grand Forks Herald

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