Cleveland Hopkins International Airport has been target of more cyber attacks, but security upgrades blocked them

“Additional staff was added to the computer security teams and additional training was provided to employees” writes Cleveland Com for CLEVELAND, Ohio – Cleveland Hopkins International Airport has spent nearly $2 million on upgrading computer security since a malware attack in April took down message boards in the terminal for about a week.The problems had no impact on flights or airport security, according to the city.Computer attacks have become a serious issue for governments across the country.

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