County officials have announced that last Thursday, November 24, they “became aware of a cybersecurity incident, resulting in disruption to certain computer systems, the County’ s website, and certain County services.”
As of Monday, the county was still working to “restore County services that were impacted by the cybersecurity incident as quickly and safely as possible.”
“Washington County’ s top priority is ensuring our community members are safe and can access County government services they rely upon,” said county officials.
County phone service and Emergency . . .