The City of Baltimore is inching closer to getting back online.
Baltimore’s Chief IT official has apologized to city leaders for the response to a cyberattack that has crippled the city for a month.
The ransomware attack on Baltimore City’s government will cost the city more than $18 million, council member Isaac “Yitzy” Schleifer said.
Google disabled some of the Gmail accounts city workers were using while theirs remained down from a ransomware attack. Gmail requires a paid plan for business use. ..
Baltimore City officials said it could be weeks before they regain control of the computer systems that are currently under a cyber attack.
Technicians are still working as the Baltimore City Government continues to be affected by a ransomware attack that happened Tuesday.
Baltimore City Hall government servers have been infected by a ransomware virus that government officials said is spreading throughout their network.