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MAY 2020 SECURITY INCIDENT
On May 13, 2020, the City of Lewisburg discovered that it had been the victim of a ransomware attack. The City immediately shut down its entire network and began the process of wiping all workstations and servers. Since that time, the City has been in the process of rebuilding its entire computer network from backups unaffected by the ransomware attack. The City also retained an outside computer forensics vendor to conduct an investigation into the attack and determine if personal information was potentially exposed.
Notice is hereby given:
Beginning with the notice for the January 2020 the regularly scheduled City Council meetings, and every regularly scheduled meeting thereafter (including work sessions), and for any special called meeting hereafter, the public notice for each respective meeting will be published at the following public locations:
1. Lewisburg City Hall
2. Marshall County Courthouse Annex
3. Marshall County Memorial Library
The agenda for each regularly scheduled meeting can be found on the city’s website or picked up at City Hall four (4) days prior to the meeting. The agenda for each special called meeting will be included with the notice.
City of Lewisburg
The City of Lewisburg, Tennessee hereby provides the following financial information for budget year 2020-2021 as required by State of Tennesee regulations.
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