Redcar and Cleveland Council expelled public and press from council meeting discussing ransomware outbreak

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Cleveland and Redcar Council have released as little information as they can about the February ransomware outbreak
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Cleveland and Redcar Council have released as little information as they can about the February ransomware outbreak

Public and press thrown-out of resources committee meeting last week because ‘sensitive’ information about ransomware attack would be discussed

Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council expelled members of the public from a council meeting last week where the organisation's recent ransomware attack would be discussed. The move was made on the request...

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