K-12 school districts in New Mexico, Ohio crippled by cyberattacks

Jonathan Grieg reports:

Cyberattacks on K-12 schools across the U.S. continued this week with both the Fort Sumner Municipal Schools in New Mexico and Washington Local Schools in Ohio suffering from incidents.

The Cl0p ransomware group’s leak site this week displayed sensitive information from students, faculty members and parents from Fort Sumner Municipal Schools. The leak included scans of driver’s licenses and more.

Matt Moyer, superintendent of Fort Sumner Municipal Schools, confirmed that the district was attacked in a statement Thursday to The Record.

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