Arkansas county offices working without computers during possible breach

Bill Bowden reports from Arkansas:

Across Arkansas, many county government employees were working without computers on Wednesday after a Rogers-based information technology company told them to shut down computer servers because of a possible security breach.

“They’re telling us not to even turn them on, period,” said Stephen Willis, the Newton County assessor in Jasper. “Nobody can pay taxes through the collector’s office. Nobody can assess.

“It’s a holy mess.”

Read more at Arkansas Democrat Gazette.

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