The Pennsylvania trucking firm A. Duie Pyle was hit with a ransomware attack over the weekend and even though the majority of its online communications capabilities were knocked offline, the company made sure to post updates for customers on its homepage.
The company reported on June 17 that a ransomware attack had impacted its network communication systems, but assured customers that its core operating systems, brokerage services and backups were not invaded or compromised, and that no data was extracted from these systems. The company was able to remain functioning by using its customer service number to take orders.
“While all businesses in our country are at risk for these type of attacks, and our turn came this weekend, we are very proud of our Pyle Team’s around-the-clock response to this intrusion,” the company said.
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