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Cyber Attacks
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Sheriff's Office, Ross County, OH:
Information exposed contained payment information, social security numbers, police reports, 9-1-1 calls, and more. The attack was sent through documents in email spreading to entire Sheriff’s office network

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October Webinar Key Takeaways

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CYBER TIP OF THE MONTH

Chained Money

How to Respond to a Ransomware Attack

CISA recommends - Disconnect all network devices, power off all devices, and be sure to segregate and label those that are infected. Make sure all backups are stored offline, and scan for viruses before restoring.

For more cyber tips on protecting yourself from ransomware visit:
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