K12 online schooling giant pays Ryuk ransomware to stop data leak

Lawrence Abrams reports:

Online education giant K12 Inc. has paid a ransom after their systems were hit by Ryuk ransomware in the middle of November.

K12 creates tailored online learning curriculums for students to learn from home while in kindergarten through 12th grade. Over 1 million students have utilized K12 to learn from home rather than in traditional public school environments.

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Regular readers may recall that K12 Inc. had a data leak in 2019 due to a misconfigured server.

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