Baltimore County executive says school officials are refusing to provide information about ransomware attack
Alison Knezevich and Lillian Reed report:
Baltimore County school officials have refused to share information with local police, the county attorney and state information technology experts about the catastrophic cyberattack that hit its systems last month, County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. says.
In a highly critical letter sent Friday to schools Superintendent Darryl Williams, the Democratic county executive called it “troubling” that school officials are not cooperating with county police, who want access to third-party consultants retained by the county school system to analyze the ransomware attack.
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