Hackers may have accessed 22 B.C. government inboxes, data on 19 employees: Farnworth

 The Canadian Press  03/06/2024 16:04 British Columbia’s public safety minister says 22 government email inboxes with sensitive personal information on 19 employees may have been accessed during a cyber attack on the province’s networks last month. Mike Farnworth says there’s no indication the general public’s information was compromised and investigators have not identified any misuse of the information the criminals may have accessed. Farnworth says the investigation is continuing and evidence still points to state or state-sponsored actors as those responsible. The minister would not provide details on where the employees work who were swept up in the breach, but says they are with the public service, not the government cabinet. Farnworth says the employees have been notified and will be receiving credit monitoring and help with identity protection. The…

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