New Committee Meets For First Time Following Baltimore Ransomware AttackIt's been six months since the day of the cybersecurity attack on Baltimore.
Water Bills With Incorrect Due Dates Go Out To Baltimore County ResidentsMany residents got bills that were incorrectly marked as due on November 1. The department said Friday the correct due date is 21 days after the bill was received.
Water Woes Continue As Baltimore City Council Looks To Revamp Billing SystemBaltimore city council members Monday took the first step in a process they hope will put an end to residents' concerns about their water bills, months after a ransomware attack took some city services, including the billing system for the water department, offline.
Baltimore Board Of Estimates Approves $20M For Cyber Insurance To Guard Against Future AttacksThe hack shut down parking and water bill payments online, leaving some city residents stuck with back payments that built up for months.
Baltimore IT Director, Who Went On Leave After Ransomware Attack, No Longer Employee With CityThe City said that as of October 1, Johnson was no longer a city employee,
BOE Delays Purchase Of Cyber Attack Insurance, Approves $6.2M To Pay For Agencies Affected By AttackA vote will be scheduled in a couple of weeks, as more people in city government say they need to be briefed on it.
Sticker Shock Hits Baltimore Residents As First Round Of Water Bills Roll OutThe first round of city water bills are now delivered, and the promise of sticker shock hit many customers.
Baltimore Water Bills Are Coming, Here's How You Can PayBaltimore City Department of Public Works Director Rudolph S. Chow, P.E., said Wednesday that water billing for Baltimore City and Baltimore County will resume Wednesday.
Some Water Bills To Be Mailed Out This Week, Months After Baltimore Ransomware AttackSome large water bills are expected to be mailed out to Baltimore city residents beginning this week.
Program Will Provide Independent Review Of Water Bills After Ransomware AttackA new program will aid water customers with concerns about their bills after a ransomware attack took down the city's billing system.
Mayor Young Expects Water Bills To Be Issued To Residents In August As City Inches Closer To Normal Operation After Ransomware AttackThe ransomware attack that took down Baltimore City's government computer system in May is still causing glitches in city services, most notably the water bills.
Young 2020? Mayor Mulls Running For Re-Election To Baltimore's Top JobBaltimore Mayor Jack Young will mark 100 days on the job Thursday, and now the former city council president who took over after former Mayor Catherine Pugh resigned is publicly floating the idea of running for a full term in 2020.
Mayor Young's Resolution Opposing Ransomware Payment Approved By US Conference Of MayorsAt least 170 county, city or state government systems have experienced a ransomware attack since 2013, according to the resolution.
Baltimore Ransomware Attack | Online Parking Ticket Payment System RestoredThe city's transportation department confirms the service has been restored.
Property Tax Bills To Be Mailed To Residents As Experts Work To Restore Baltimore City Government Computer NetworkComputer experts are doing what they can to make the city's computer system whole again, while residents still hang around waiting to pay water bills and parking tickets.