ATLANTA — Almost every week after a cyberattack, Fulton County stated a few of its authorities companies are again on-line.
Channel 2′s Candace McCowan was there as county officers held a information convention late Monday afternoon and stated they’ve simply been in a position to get some cellphone strains restored, however nonetheless have extra work to do.
They are saying that work has continued all through the weekend to get every thing again on-line.
Fulton County Chairman Robb Pitts stated the county tax system remains to be down, nonetheless they’ve resumed accepting homestead exemption purposes.
Motorized vehicle tags are additionally again on-line in addition to the flexibility to get a wedding license.
That is all work they’ve needed to accomplish since they observed over final weekend the cyber safety incident that paralyzed many county companies.
The county stated they’re investigating but in addition working to with some deadlines.
“There isn’t any proof or purpose to imagine that this incident is expounded to the election course of or different present occasion,” Pitts stated. “In an abundance of warning, Fulton County and the Secretary of States’ respective know-how techniques have been remoted from one another as a part of the response efforts, we at the moment are working to reconnect these techniques as we put together for subsequent month’s major election.”
There may be nonetheless no phrase on when every thing can be restored. Additionally they didn’t take questions however pointed residents to their web site if they’d further questions in regards to the outage.
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