Hacker sets city back $60K

The costs of recovering city data and preventing future digital strikes have already exceeded the ransom demanded by the hackers who locked it up in the first place. 

At a Keizer City Council meeting Monday, July 20, the council approved three contracts for services related to the hacking of city computers in June. On June 10, hackers locked up the city’s data behind . . .

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