Another Alaska agency says it’s become the victim of a cybersecurity “incident,” making it the fourth to disclose such a disruption in the past year.
The Dunleavy administration has refused to release documents that could shed more light on its response.
Alaska’s top cybersecurity official quietly left his job last month as the state was grappled with a pair of cyberattacks.
For weeks this spring, hackers forced officials to shut down Alaska’s Courtview system, making state court records inaccessible to attorneys, people charged with crimes, and residents seeking to run background checks on their prospective dates or tenants.
China’s answer to accusations of cyber-espionage against the U.S.? The Americans are doing it to us, too.