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12144219093?profile=RESIZE_400xZooTampa revealed it recently discovered a “cybersecurity incident” targeting its network environment.  The zoo told local media it took immediate proactive security measures to mitigate the impact.  “Upon detecting the incident, the Zoo took swift action and promptly engaged third-party forensic specialists to assist us with securing the network environment and investigate the extent of the unauthorized activity,” the zoo said in a statement.[1]

ZooTampa said it is also working with federal law

10359900282?profile=RESIZE_400xA spokesman from the United States said on 07 April 2022 that it had secretly removed malware from computer networks around the world in recent weeks, a step to pre-empt Russian cyberattacks and send a message to President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia.  The actions, made public by Attorney General Merrick B. Garland, comes as U.S. officials warn that Russia could try to strike American critical infrastructure including financial firms, pipelines and the electric grid in response to the sanctions