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  WRAL.com
  2. North Carolina officials refuse to pay ransomware hackers, following expert advice  NBCNews.com
  3. The Latest: County says hackers tried another attack  Fresno Bee
  4. County rejected hacker ransom demand. Now they’re on the attack again.  Charlotte Observer
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Security experts say Mecklenburg County followed the right steps before and after the cyber., including declining to pay the ransom. Counties in Indiana and Alabama are among those that have paid to regain access to data frozen by cyber.s since late last year.. After cyber., much of county s business done on paper. 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 . CHARLOTTE, N.C. AP North Carolina s largest metro area was discovering just how hard it is to conduct business without county computers that handle numerous transactions on Thursday, a day after local leaders refused to pay ers who froze their system.. After cyber., much of county s business done on paper. Darryl Broome, a contractor who does remodeling and demolition work, poses in front of a Mecklenburg County county government office building on Thursday, Dec. , , in Charlotte, N.C. Broome went in person to retrieve land information he .







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