Ontario Residents Accused of Cyber-Attack on Moosomin Business Released on Bail

Two Ontario residents have been released on bail, after being accused of involvement in a cyber-attack on a Moosomin business.
The Pipestone Kin-Ability Centre is working closely with the RCMP to recover stolen funds, following a breach of their payroll system, that was discovered on October 1st.
The attackers allegedly gained unauthorized access to acquire hundreds of thousands of dollars, used for general operations and employee wages.
28-year-old Riley Lamontagne-Castillo and 23-year-old Shayden McMinn appeared in Yorkton Provincial Court this (Tue) morning.
Their matters were adjourned to Moosomin on February 4th.

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