High level hacking has shaken up biz as usual in a neighboring city . . .
What's worse is that the new mayor FLUBBED the response and hasn't been front & center with local media, workers or his colleagues.
Here's the latest and a sign of slow progress . . .
"Published reports from this week indicate the legal process in KCK remains at a standstill. Nearly one month after the Easter weekend incident, court officials and attorneys remain unable to conduct business using online court records and scheduling systems for hearings and trials. Attorneys and court staffs have been using paper files instead of the online records they usually use."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - The cybersecurity threat that's caused turmoil for the Unified Government of Wyandotte County is nearly a month old. It's left many offices in Kansas City, Kansas, operating without computer systems - "old school," so to speak - with no word on when computer access will be restored.