In the wake of cyberattacks targeting multiple government agencies, Costa Rica has declared a national emergency, BleepingComputer reports. The Conti ransomware group allegedly published 97% of the 672 GB of data it obtained from the agencies. The Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Labor and Social Security, and Ministry of Science, Innovation, Technology and Telecommunications are among the agencies impacted. President Rodrigo Chaves said the national emergency was enacted to give the country “a better way of defending ourselves.”
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