Ransomware attack on Indianapolis Housing Agency has landlords, tenants concerned

A ransomware attack on the Indianapolis Housing Agency that was disclosed earlier this month continues to impact landlords and tenants. Logan Gay reports:

Section 8 housing landlords like Bahrishum Gebregziabher are still waiting for the Indianapolis Housing Agency (IHA) to pay them this month. A recent ransomware attack has landlords not only worried about their income but also whether their information has been compromised.

“I don’t think IHA knows how much pressure they are putting on the landlords,” said Gebregziabher.

Read more at WTHR.

DataBreaches has not found any ransomware group publicly claiming responsibility for the attack, and the city has not named the threat actors.  There is no notice on the housing agency’s website, even though it is weeks since the attack, and people are still impacted.

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