Pittsburg Unified School District students and educators returning from the holidays found they were without internet access or email after a Ransomware attack on the District's network.
“We will be teaching and learning like ‘back in the day,’ without laptops and internet.” -Superintendent Janet Schulze
The good news is that the school is open while the network is repaired. The cost in time and resources is significant.
“We are continuing to investigate and work with a cyber-security team and experts.”
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