Confluence charter school servers are hacked

Kristen Taketa reports:

The network servers for Confluence Charter Schools in St. Louis were hacked over the weekend, but school leadership say they have no evidence yet that student or employee data were compromised.

The hacking has affected the schools’ emails, phones, student information system and payroll system, CEO Candice Carter-Oliver said in a statement published on the school website Monday.

Read more on the St. Louis Post-Dispatch while I try to figure out why school leadership are reportedly “advising staff to back up documents on a personal flash drive.”

What could possibly go wrong with that strategy, right?


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