Updating: Michigan school districts reopen after three-day closure due to ransomware attack
Jonathan Greig reports:
Public schools in two Michigan counties are reopening on Thursday after a ransomware attack crippled their ability to function and closed doors to students for three days.
All of the public schools in Jackson and Hillsdale counties announced their reopening on Thursday in letters to parents, assuring them that cybersecurity experts, tech officials and law enforcement worked around the clock to restore the systems following outages that began on Monday.
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