Regina Public Schools systems mostly back online after cyber attack
Most of Regina Public School’s online systems are back up and running nearly a month after the division fell victim to a cyber attack that forced it to shut everything down.
“We are confident the school year will end as expected with minor inconvenience to parents and staff and students,” Terry Lazarou, spokesperson for RPS, said Monday.
RPS took all of its internet-based systems offline after “suspicious activity” was detected the weekend of May 21. Email and other online portals used by teachers and administrators have remained unusable since then. An investigation into the incident is ongoing.