Hackers seized control of the computer systems that run Baltimore's government.
The city was the victim of a ransomware attack. Authorities were notified and the computers were taken offline, but the attack impacted voicemail, email, online payments for parking fines, and delayed 1,500 home sales.
Cleveland's airport experienced a ransomware attack last month, but refused to pay hackers for access to its computers.
Coming up on Tech Tuesday, hacking a city, the kilogram and more.
- Alex Hamerstone, expert on cybercrime, breaches and hacking vulnerablities from cybersecurity firm, TrustedSec
- Brian Resnick, Reporter Vox
- Russell Holly, contributing editor Andriod Central