Freehold schools face digital danger

January 30, 2024
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The Freehold Township school district in New Jersey was forced to close on Monday due to a cybersecurity incident, leaving parents scrambling for childcare arrangements. All eight K-8 schools in the district were closed, and parents were informed via robocall and email with little information given about the incident. While there is concern that student and parent information could be compromised, the district is working with outside IT experts to resolve the issue, and it is unclear when schools will reopen.

An entire school district in Freehold Township, New Jersey, was closed on Monday after experiencing a “cybersecurity event,” leaving parents struggling to find childcare. All eight K-8 schools in the district were closed, and parents were notified via robocall and email with no further details provided. While students enjoyed a day off, parents expressed concern about the potential compromise of their and their children’s personal information. The district is working with external information technology experts to address the incident, and it is uncertain when schools will resume operations.

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