Online installment frameworks, email, client care applications, and the city’s site have been closed down.
Cyber attack on organizations have been standing out as truly newsworthy of late, however this time a whole city has succumbed to ransomware. As per the nearby press, the second biggest city in the Canadian territory of New Brunswick, St. John, has been hit by a gigantic digital attack.
The 911 communication system is working, but other public services, including online payment systems, e-mail, customer service applications. And the city’s website have been shut down. According to representatives of the city administration. It is unknown whether any personal information was compromise as a result of the incident. In this regard, she recommended that residents of St. John regularly check their bank accounts and credit cards for possible suspicious activity.
Currently, together with the federal and regional authorities, the city administration is taking steps to reduce risks and isolate the threat. Payment for utilities and other services will not be accepted until the problem is completely resolved. Late payments will not be charge. Residents of Saint John are encourage to stay tuned to the city’s Facebook. And Twitter pages for further news on this topic.
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