A water and electricity authority in the US State of Michigan has needed a week to recover from a ransomware attack that fortunately only hit its enterprise systems.
Lansing’s BWL – Board of Water & Light – first noticed the successful phishing attack on its corporate systems on April 25, and has had to keep systems including phone servers locked down since then.
The company says customer data has not been stolen (only, as is the case in ransomware attacks, encrypted).
Original Source: The Register
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