VIGO COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - Vigo County leaders are bringing in outside help after a ransomware attack.
Officials found the issue about three weeks ago.
Commissioners will work with BakerHostetler and Kroll.
It's a firm based out of New York.
Experts will look at county computers and address future protection plans.
"We have talked with retired FBI agents and talked about cyber theft and stuff like that. We've had meetings on the telephone with them, so there's a lot going on with that too," Brad Anderson, Vigo County Commissioner President said.
County leaders also approved plans to renew cyber insurance.
- Vigo County leaders bring outside help after ransomware attack
- After last year's ransomware attack, Vigo County leaders take steps to improve cybersecurity
- Vigo County Sheriff's Office warns of ransomware computer hacks
- Ransomware Virus still affecting Vigo County Government Departments
- Vigo County government computer systems back up and running after ransomware attack
- Vigo County government offices were attacked by ransomware...what happens next?
- Trump administration blames NKorea for big ransomware attack
- '...it's not just a random thing.' All county offices up and running after a ransomware attack
- Vigo County leaders hold listening session
- Vigo County leaders hold mock election