Cybersecurity Breach Hits Jacksonville Beach, City Launches Investigation

The City of Jacksonville Beach has been targeted by a cybersecurity event, disrupting certain information systems. Following the discovery, federal law enforcement was notified, and an investigation was promptly initiated with the aid of third-party cybersecurity and forensic experts.

The investigation unveiled that the incident was a result of a sophisticated cyberattack orchestrated by a criminal organization. While ongoing, it has been determined that the attackers accessed information from specific systems. Additionally, the name of the City was disclosed on a website, identifying it as a victim of the attack.

Expressing grave concern over the event, the City emphasizes its commitment to securing information and vows to ascertain the full extent of the breach. In the upcoming days, notifications will be mailed to individuals whose data might have been compromised. Furthermore, as a precautionary measure, the City will furnish affected individuals with credit monitoring resources.

Efforts to restore systems and services are underway, with the investigation still in progress. The City urges patience and cooperation from the community as it continues to investigate and mitigate the repercussions of the breach.

Read complete notice of the breach

Comments are closed, but trackbacks and pingbacks are open.