Apparent ransomware attack could affect paychecks for thousands in Honolulu.
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|Apparent ransomware attack could affect paychecks for thousands in Honolulu
The names, addresses and phone numbers of all 8,000 workers with The Queen’s Health Systems may have been exposed through ransomware attacks on Kronos, a third-party company that tracks employees’ work time and leave requests. Last week, a separate ransomware attack targeted O‘ahu Transit Services. Star-Advertiser.
Honolulu tech officials on ‘extreme alert’ but say city’s computer networks are safe. Star-Advertiser.
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|Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi signs new hotel tax into law
The 3% levy would bring in about $86 million a year. Most of the revenue will be allocated to the city’s general fund and rail, and a smaller portion will support natural resources affected by tourism. Star-Advertiser. Hawaii News Now. KHON2.
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The Caltech Submillimeter Observatory is set to be torn down and the site restored as soon as next summer. Hawai‘i Public Radio.
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|Maui High principal steps in as complex superintendent
Beginning today, Maui High School Principal Jamie Yap will be the interim superintendent for the Baldwin-Kekaulike-Maui Complex Area. Yap has spent more than 40 years in education. Maui News.
County seeks damage assessments, announces crisis cleanup line
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