MI: Cybercrime investigation causes half-day for East Jackson schools

Mitchell Kukulka reports:

A potential cybercrime is causing classes to be cut to a half day in East Jackson Community Schools on Tuesday, Sept. 12, officials said.

The incident currently is under investigation by the Blackman-Leoni Department of Public Safety. School officials learned of the potential cybercrime Tuesday morning, Superintendent Steve Doerr said.

Read more at MLive.

So they learned of a potential cybercrime but “There is no evidence that any type of data breach has taken place, Doerr said.”

Time will tell.

h/t, Doug Levin


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