Illinois Valley Community College’s administrators believe the computer hack they discovered Friday can be fixed and a private company can do it. They don’t know what it’ll cost yet, but they believe the computer systems can be unlocked within ten days. IVCC Vice President for Business Services and Finance Cheryl Roelfsema said at an emergency board meeting Saturday, it needs to be done. Payroll, student registration, and email are down.
Read more on WCMY. They’re not calling it a ransomware attack — at least not yet.