Piracy The region has put in place “a service continuity plan” to ensure “public service missions”
Lines of code on a computer (illustration). — A. GELEBART/20 MINUTES
Guadeloupe is the target of pirates. The region has indeed brought complaint following a a “large-scale cyberattack”, claiming to have shut down all of its computer networks “to protect its data”.
“A diagnosis is underway,” the region on Monday. “A continuity plan services is put in place to carry out public service missions,” the entity local, which adds having deposited; complaint and sent a notification to; the Cnil.
Agents called to be extra vigilant
In an internal communication, sent to the agents at the end of the afternoon, the regional authorities indicate that a crisis unit has been set up. installed and recommends that agents be extra vigilant. The region indicated collaborate with the security agency; National Information Systems, National Police and Gendarmerie.
Guadeloupe s&rsquo ;adds to the list of local entities affected in recent months by computer attacks, after the Corbeil-Essonnes hospital in August, the city of Caen at the end of September, the department of Seine-Maritime in October and that of Seine-et-Marne in November. In Essonne, a rançon of 10 million dollars, then reduced to one or two million dollars, according to the sources, had been requested at the hospital centre.