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The cyber criminal group reportedly responsible for the attack has published 500GB of files containing Social Security numbers, passport details, student psychological assessments and other information.
Turning old office buildings into housing is hardly new, but expected cutbacks in office rentals as companies adapt to remote work prompted by the pandemic have spurred new interest in doing so among landlords.
Los Angeles Unified School District is unsure whether student academic records were accessed by hackers last weekend, though officials say they haven't seen evidence of Social Security numbers being accessed.
Teachers at Los Angeles Unified School District had mixed feelings about teaching without much technology this week, while the LA Times revisited a cybersecurity audit that identified vulnerabilities in 2020.
As Los Angeles Unified School District recovers from a cyber attack, other school officials and cybersecurity experts discuss precautions they take against such threats and the costs associated with them.
A cyber attack over Labor Day weekend took down website function, email and other systems used by teachers at the nation's second-largest school system. Now federal officials from the FBI and CISA are involved.
The Los Angeles Police Commission has adopted new rules for how police can use crimefighting technologies, despite opposition from advocacy groups who said they could lead to increased surveillance of people.
The Los Angeles Bureau of Street Services is testing out fully electrified heavy equipment from Bobcat and Volvo as it transitions to a more zero-emission fleet. Other hybrid vehicles have already found their place in the city fleet.