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New Orleans Cyber Attack Costs Surpass $7 Million

The City of New Orleans is still working on recovery efforts a full month after a Ransomware attack took down their systems.

"We’re looking maybe at a six to eight month window before actual normalcy starts to integrate all of our systems.”

The attack's costs have surpassed $7 million and are expected to rise further.

“Now, we’re in the stabilization period. We are trying to rebuild what we had to turn off essentially and that is a long, laborious, time-sensitive process."

And for residents concerned about their taxes:
"The deadline to pay property taxes has been pushed back to February 14 because of the cyber attack."

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Original article here.

Joel Cahill

Cybersecurity enthusiast. Entrepreneur.