DLA Offices Struggle To Get Back Online After Cyberattack

Law360, New York (June 28, 2017, 11:49 AM EDT) -- DLA Piper attempted to restore its systems Wednesday following the massive global ransomware attack that crippled an array of businesses and government agencies in Russia, Europe and the U.S.

The international law firm, whose offices in the U.S. were unreachable Tuesday, said it was working with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.K.'s National Crime Agency to investigate and address the problems caused by the attack. The phone lines were operational as of Wednesday morning, but firm emails remained down throughout the day.

"Our experts are working to bring our systems back online as quickly and safely as possible and...

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