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Miami was in the news for all the wrong reasons last week. First that tragic collapse of a condo and then, on Sunday, it was revealed that a little-known Miami company, Kaseya, had been hacked.

It makes software to help manage other people’s networks and hackers gained access to these networks, where it installed ransomware. This is a similar modus operandi to the SolarWinds hack last December that allowed Russian hackers access to US agencies and about 100 companies, albeit without the ransomware...

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