All Networks Shut Down after ‘Large Scale Cyberattack’ in Guadaloupe
The French island of Guadeloupe is dealing with the after effects of a cyberattack. "As a security measure, all computer networks have been shut down to protect data and a diagnosis is underway," the French overseas region said in a statement on Monday. "A continuity of services plan has been put in place to ensure public services," the regional authorities said. “At present, we know that the overall management of high schools and public transport services are, for the moment, preserved,” officials said. The statement notes that the government is working with CNIL – France’s data protection authority – as well as France's National Information Systems Security Agency (ANSSI), the National Police and the Gendarmerie.
November 21, 2022
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