After cyberattack, much of county’s business done on paper

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  1. After cyberattack, much of county’s business done on paper  ABC News
  2. North Carolina officials refuse to pay ransomware hackers, following expert advice
  3. The Latest: County says hackers tried another attack  Miami Herald
  4. Ransomware Incident Update – Mecklenburg County  Mecklenburg County
  5. Mecklenburg government paralyzed as hacked computer files are held for ransom  Charlotte Observer
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A North Carolina county was working Thursday on the lengthy process of fixing its computer systems after refusing to pay off aer who used ransomware to.. Mecklenburg County Manager Dena Diorio speaks at a news conference at the Government Center about theing of Mecklenburg County s servers in Charlotte, N.C., Wednesday, Dec. , . A $, ransom in bit coin was being sought for the files being held. County officials said late this . Credit Pixabay. Spokesman Rick Christenbury said Tuesday most systems used by the public have been restored, and county tech workers now are focusing mainly on internal systems. He provided a statement on the work "Shortly after the, departments prioritized the services they needed restored . HARVEY COUNTY, Kan. Update Tuesday, Feb. Harvey County says its public services are "fully restored to full operation following the restoration of its computer network." This restoration comes two weeks after the county reported its computer network fell victim to a cyber., hindering services..

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