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Attack on Texas School District Shuts Network

The Nacogdoches School District in Texas suffered a cyber attack this week, losing complete network access.

Out of an abundance of caution, the district shut down its network to protect computers unaffected by the virus.

Ironically, this comes just as Texas government and municipal offices are rolling out their mandated annual Security Awareness Training programs. Government office and contractors are racing to beat the June 14 deadline mandated by HB 3834.

Our staff is working to control the spread of the virus and to also determine the best and quickest way to get our computer network operational,” - Les Linebarger, Executive Director of Communications

To comply with ease as the deadline approaches, Texas government offices are turning to INFIMA's fully automated Cyber Security Training.
Want to see how it works? Start here!

Are you a Texas government office looking for more information on HB 3834?
See our blog post here.

Original article here.
[https://www.ktre.com/2020/02/11/nacogdoches-isd-working-restore-computers-after-ransomware-attack/]

Joel Cahill

Cyber security enthusiast. Entrepreneur.