Some Orange County operations are back online Wednesday afternoon after two days of IT officials working to determine the damage from a virus on the county computer network.
Officials said in an update that the county “has not detected any evidence that data has been lost or stolen in the cyber attack.”
State and federal cyber security and law enforcement experts are working with the county to investigate the attack that was discovered early Monday morning.
County officials said that the register of deeds offices has been mostly restored to normal functions with real estate transactions and that animal services is once again able to process new pets and make them available for adoption.
The Orange County Sheriff’s Office has been working with counterparts in Person County to allow the sheriff’s office to continue with some operations, including establishing access to the Division of Criminal Information database, “which was a top level priority,” according to Wednesday’s update.
“Some services are still limited, but most are operating normally.”
Through Wednesday’s update, 20 of the more than 120 computers that were infected with the virus has been worked on by county IT staff.