WOLCOTT — The school district will spend $325,000 over five years to hire a Virginia-based technology firm to install software and hardware protecting the district’s computers against hackers after it sustained multiple debilitating ransomware attacks last year. Wolcott’s schools are still recovering from two cyber attacks over the summer in which hackers held teacher lesson […]
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