TOWSON, Md. (WJZ) — Baltimore County Public Schools said Wednesday that the third-party experts with whom they’ve been working with in the ransomware cyber attack case have confirmed that there is no evidence that any data was accessed or stolen.
“While we have shared that information before, the fact that trusted outside investigators who do this work full-time have come to that same conclusion should give us all added comfort,” the school system said in a press release.
BALTIMORE COUNTY SCHOOLS CYBERATTACK COVERAGE:
- Baltimore County Schools Plan To Resume Virtual Learning Wednesday Following Cyberattack
- Baltimore County Schools Says District-Issued Chromebooks Not Impacted By Ransomware Cyber Attack
- Baltimore County Schools To Close Monday, Tuesday Due To Ransomware Cyber Attack
- Baltimore City Schools Monitoring For Suspicious Emails After Ransomware Cyber Attack At Baltimore County Schools
- Baltimore County Schools To Provide Daily Updates On ‘Catastrophic’ Ransomware Cyber Attack
Baltimore County Schools also said it was able to gain access to first-quarter grades from Schoology – which means that report cards will be issued on time and transcripts can be generated for college applicants and transfer candidates as usual.