Maricopa County refuses to appear before Arizona Senate

Just The NewsFinally, the county will not turn over its routers because they "provide a blueprint" to the entire network, no different than burglars obtaining a blueprint to a house that marks "a hidden wall safe."

Sharing the blueprint could put the county at risk for a ransomware attack and endanger "data related to the most sensitive law enforcement programs," the letter says.

Given the alleged incompetence of Fann's contractors, the supervisors said they won't answer any more questions from them, and will not attend the Senate president's Tuesday hearing. "People's tax dollars are real, your 'auditors' are not."

There's a lot of inflammatory claims and language flying back and forth here.

I suggest the bottom line is that Maricopa County is refusing to appear and defend their actions.

This entry was published Tue May 18 11:57:40 CDT 2021 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2021-05-18 11:57:40.0. [Tweet]

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