Galveston ISD employee resigns after cryptocurrency mining machines discovered at schools

4/25/2022 8:48:00 PM

Galveston ISD employee resigns after cryptocurrency mining machines discovered at schools

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Galveston ISD employee resigns after cryptocurrency mining machines discovered at schools

Galveston ISD administrators say an employee after discovering they were secretly mining...

recently resigned after administrators discovered several cryptocurrency mining machines on school campuses.Galveston ISD said in a statement that its IT department discovered the machines on April 7 because they were attached to district's network.

"On April 8, after an initial investigation, the employee responsible for installing the devices was placed on administrative leave and ultimately resigned his position with the district on April 18," the statement read."Although the investigation related to the employee's misuse of district property is ongoing, it has been confirmed that there was no breach of data resulting from this incident."

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Galveston Independent School District recently resigned after administrators discovered several cryptocurrency mining machines on school campuses.KATY, Texas - A 13-year-old girl was attacked at school, left bleeding, and is afraid to go back.of 3 Luckey Ranch Elementary School in Medina Valley ISD is seen Thursday.school districts in increasing teacher and staff wages to remain competitive and retain employees.

Galveston ISD said in a statement that its IT department discovered the machines on April 7 because they were attached to district's network. "On April 8, after an initial investigation, the employee responsible for installing the devices was placed on administrative leave and ultimately resigned his position with the district on April 18," the statement read. A couple of pictures of bruises and lacerations taken hours after the injuries were inflicted and a medical report pointing out the 13-year-old’s concussion only tell part of the story."Although the investigation related to the employee's misuse of district property is ongoing, it has been confirmed that there was no breach of data resulting from this incident. The district’s schools have long enjoyed a good reputation, but several candidates said they are running to fix problems with transparency, discipline and financial management, and reverse what they believe is a decline in academic quality across campuses." FROM CHRIS TOMLINSON: . "We were in class, and she was talking about me, and we were going back and forth, and then I turned around to do my work and the next thing I know she hit me on the back of my head.