Minneapolis Public Schools Hackers have released some data stolen from seminaries computer systems
The cyber bushwhackers that targeted Minneapolis Public seminaries have released some of the information they took. That’s according to a communication Minnesota’s third largest quarter transferred to families on Friday.
“ We’re working with cybersecurity specialists to snappily and securely download the data so that we can conduct an in- depth and comprehensive review to determine the full compass of what particular information was impacted and to whom the information relates, ” reads the statement.
Hackers had advised the quarter that if it did n’t pay a rescue of$ 1 million, they would release the stolen, private data online. District officers have said they’ve not paid any rescue.