Court identifies 150,000 potentially affected by cybersecurity breach


A Russian-based ransomware group's attack on the judicial computer network may have compromised personal information for about 150,000 people, court officials said Monday.

The Kansas Office of Judicial Administration is now working with a vendor to contact individuals whose personal information was accessed during an Oct. 12 "cybersecurity incident" to explain how they can protect themselves.

"We’re sorry anyone was personally impacted by the actions of the criminals who attacked our court computer systems,” Chief Justice Marla Luckert said in a statement.

“The judicial branch respects the privacy of information given to us, and it’s . . .


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