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Jackson County gives update on progress after ransomware attack | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #ransomware


KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Jackson County is continuing its restoration efforts after a ransomware attack last week.

While continuing their progress toward normal service operations, Jackson County is closing its Assessment, Collection and Recorder of Deeds offices to the public tomorrow, Monday, April 8.

The closure of these offices is intended to support the ongoing recovery efforts led by their IT professionals, prioritizing the security and stability of their systems.

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Jackson County released a statement regarding the ongoing progress on Sunday afternoon:

The closure of these offices is intended to support the ongoing recovery efforts led by our IT professionals, prioritizing the security and stability of our systems. We recognize the impact this decision may have on our residents and want to assure them that it was made with careful consideration. Our commitment remains steadfast in swiftly resolving this situation and minimizing any inconvenience to our community.

The County extends its gratitude to the community for their continued patience and understanding during this challenging time. As information becomes available, updates regarding the progress of restoration and the reopening of the affected offices will be promptly communicated.

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