Mike Savino and Kaitlyn naples report: Another school system in the say is dealing with a ransomware attack. Watertowns Superintendent of Schools Rydell Harrison confirmed that staff discovered the onslaught last Thursday. Because school officials found the cut quickly, Harrison said at this time there is no indication that our web-based systems that house student info and confidential information were accessed. scan more on WFSB. Meanwhile in Mississippi, Daily Leader reports that another district did not fare as well and had their phones and net system locked up by ransomware: An investigation by multiple agencies is underway after the Lincoln County schooling district became the victim of a cyber attack Monday. Superintendent Mickey Myers confirmed the onset late Monday nighttime in a written message. The district computer systems have been encrypted by a ransomware virus. This cyber assault has adversely affected multiple systems in our network. We are investigating the incident with numerous agencies and will provide more information as soon as possible, he said. Read more on Magnolia state Live.