Wednesday, November 29, 2023

The cyber attack left Pinal County teachers and collaborators without payroll

FLORENCE, Arizona. – On Sunday, September 24, a cyber attack was recorded on the servers of the Pinal County School Office, leaving many teachers without payroll.

“Since then, staff from the Office of the Superintendent of Schools have been working around the clock to restore access to school districts,” a statement said.

Unfortunately, the issue has not been resolved, so checks will be issued to 4,514 affected staff members who work in the following school districts:

  • Apache Junction
  • Casa Grande High School
  • Combs
  • Coolidge
  • Florence
  • Maricopa
  • Mary C. O’Brien
  • Oracle
  • Peak
  • Sacaton
  • Santa Cruz
  • Stanfield
  • surpassing
  • Toltec.

Staff in these school districts are asked to pay attention to instructions sent to the School Office regarding when checks are available for collection and cashing.

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“The Office of the Superintendent of Schools recognizes the hardship this will cause the employees of our school districts and sincerely apologizes for the resulting inconvenience,” the bulletin read.

It is reported that they have requested the support of Homeland Security and the FBI, in order to solve and thoroughly investigate this incident and ensure that additional security measures are implemented.

This law seeks to protect those working to care for the public: police officers and emergency personnel, by requiring private vehicles to yield to an emergency vehicle when it flashes its lights. .

When seeing a vehicle with sirens, motorists should drive on the side of the road or sidewalk not near the intersection, or stop on the side of the road until the official vehicle passes.

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They may not circulate at the same time as an emergency vehicle and must maintain a distance of at least three hundred feet behind any police vehicle involved in an emergency, the law states. – said.

Penalties for Failure to Yield A driver who violates this regulation is subject to a civil fine of $275 for the first offense. If it’s a second offense within five years, the fine will be $500.

This fine may increase to $1,000 for a third or subsequent violation within a five-year period. If you have more questions, you can consult the law at this link.

Do you know what the penalties are for not giving way to an emergency vehicle? This has not only legal consequences, but also delays the work of rescue teams. More details at this link.

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