When a dental clinic in Wisconsin is the next target for ransomware, we can’t afford to stay silent

It’s the end of the world, but in some ways, it’s a new start.

A dental clinic near the capital, Madison, is one of the worst-hit by the wave of ransomware attacks.

The local clinic was hacked and forced to shut down because it couldn’t get in touch with its patients, and now the owner is facing criminal charges.

The clinic had been operating for just a few months when it was targeted by the cybercriminals.

It’s one of only two dental clinics in the country with a full-time staff.

It was the first time a dentist’s office was hit by ransomware.

The dentist, whose name has not been released, has been charged with aggravated identity theft, ransomware, identity theft and conspiracy.

The charge is the most serious, because the alleged crimes were so extensive.

The dental office was raided by state police and a team of FBI agents.

The dentist was charged with five counts of aggravated identity fraud, two counts of conspiracy to commit aggravated identity, five counts each of conspiracy and aggravated identity crime.

He has been released on a $100,000 bond.

It’s unclear if he has an attorney yet.

The criminal complaint filed by the Madison County district attorney’s office said the dentist had been working as a full time dentist for over a year, but the state Department of Justice said that was not accurate.

The state said the dental office had been receiving more than $1 million in insurance payments and payments from its patients.

The FBI has been tracking the dentist and his associates, and it’s unclear whether he was linked to the other three dentists targeted in Wisconsin, the AP reported.

It has been an ordeal for the dentists.

It has been difficult to maintain contact with patients because of the loss of email and other contact information.

Some patients had to give up their social media accounts to communicate with them, and some dentists said they could not even tell the difference between what was a dentist and what was not, according to the AP.

It took two years for the dentist to get the data back from the dental company, according the AP report.

The dentists told the AP that it’s difficult to do their jobs when their information is stolen, and that it has been a burden to them and their families.

Some of the dentistry workers told the paper that they’re being threatened and are not allowed to get work in the next few months because of what happened.

The dental office has since closed, but many people who work there have lost their jobs.

The AP reports that the state of Wisconsin is investigating what it calls “the most serious case of ransomware attack against a dentist in the state’s history.”