Leicester streetlights on day and night following cyber-attack

Effects of ‘highly sophisticated’ breach still being felt

Penny Horwood
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Leicester Town Hall: Shutterstock
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Leicester Town Hall: Shutterstock

The cyber-attack disclosed earlier this month has left some streetlights lit at all hours of the day as well as after dark.

The effects of the cyber-attack on Leicester City Council revealed earlier this month continue to be felt.  The initial disruption to council services from the attack in March lasted for weeks, ...

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