Ransomware attacks against government entities are on the rise. Texas municipalities increasingly find themselves between Scylla and Charybdis: pay Bitcoin ransom to cyber-bandits or lose data critical to the basic functions of modern cities. But can a public entity in Texas legally pay a ransom, even if it is the financially responsible thing to do? This article has the details . . .
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