Visible to the public "University Project Tracks Ransomware Attacks on Critical Infrastructure"Conflict Detection Enabled

A team of researchers at Temple University in Philadelphia has been tracking ransomware attacks on critical infrastructure. The collection of data on these attacks can be requested by anyone, including educators, grad students, government representatives, and other researchers, for class projects, dissertation literature reviews, Industrial Control System (ICS) training classes, assessing internal responses, comparing data, and more. Their work is described as a repository of critical infrastructure ransomware attacks (CIRWA). As of August 2020, the dataset contained more than 680 records of ransomware attacks documented since November 2013. This article continues to discuss the goal and potential uses of this database, as well as what is currently shown by the analysis of the data.

Security Week reports "University Project Tracks Ransomware Attacks on Critical Infrastructure"