The City of Norfolk is one of the latest victims of cyberattacks.

The city suffered a small financial loss from the attack, Mayor Josh Moenning said. However, all the losses are covered by insurance.

Going forward, the city plans to put procedures in place to double check that any emails or other digital communications are legitimate, Moenning said.

The city council went into an executive session at Monday night’s meeting for an update on the attack.

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