Sunapee school stands up to ransomware goons
Damien Fisher reports:
The Wi-Fi service got restarted last week at Sunapee Middle High School, eight weeks after a ransomware attack took out the school’s data.
The October attack was discovered first by the district’s technology team when it was determined that all of the data was encrypted, said Superintendent Russell Holden. With a lot of work from the district’s two-man IT team, Sunapee is back up and running after two months, he said.
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