Chicago-based transportation technology company Rand McNally is working to restore its network after a cyber attack.
Rand McNally is an American company founded in 1856 and provides leading mileage and fleet management software to air carriers, shipping companies and third party logistics providers.
The company also has a telematics platform based on in cloud and distributes connected vehicle technology, consumer travel and some educational products it produces.
"We recently discovered a glitch in some parts of our network," the company said in a statement. suspension published in Facebook on Tuesday. "We started an investigation in an immediate period of time, which included the following: we put some offline systems and we collaborated with some experts in sector security to determine exactly what happened. "
"We are working hard to restore it Functionality of our systems. We appreciate your patience and understanding and apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. "
In a separate alert sent to customers Tuesday, Rand McNally said there was no indication that the data of customers. Rand McNally was unable to provide a recovery schedule or estimate of the time it will take to restoration of its functionality network. Rand McNally's website is currently down.
Yesterday, Rand McNally sent a new email to users of electronic recorders (ELDs), saying that cyber attack affected some parts of its network.
“The navigation function GPS "Our devices have not been affected," the company added. "But there are significant delays in orders placed through our online store."