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DDSB Cyber Attack: Auto absence alerts are back on

Durham District School Board (DDSB) yesterday said that the safe arrival system at schools will be working starting today (Wednesday, December 7, 2022).

This means that automated calls will start going home when a student has an unplanned absence from school.

“As school office staff are entering the absences, parents/guardians should expect that if a call does go home, it would take place later in the day than it would normally,” said a DDSB update.

“We will continue to provide you with updates on the cyber incident when we have new information to share,” it added.

DDSB systems were hacked in a cyber attack on November 25.

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Cyber Attack: DDSB postpones OSSLT test to spring

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