Georgia’s state agencies nearly recovered from last July’s Ryuk attack

Maggie Lee reports:

About six months later and $750,000 poorer, Georgia is nearly back to normal after online attacks that blocked law enforcement officers and the public from accessing electronic records used to settle legal questions.

But the money went to pay cyberattack insurance deductibles, not ransoms.

Read more on Georgia Recorder.

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