Key Biscayne recovering from cyberattack after hackers hit a third city in Florida

Rob Wile reports:

The village of Key Biscayne confirmed Thursday it had been hit by a cyberattack — the third Florida city this month to fall victim to outside hackers.

Village Manager Andrea Agha said a “data security event” occurred Sunday, June 23. She said that some permitting operations were handled manually while some systems were kept off-line “in an abundance of caution.” As of Wednesday night, she said, all village network systems were back up and running.

Read more on The Miami Herald.  You can read more about the types of ransomware over on Ars Technica.

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