Cyberattack on software company disrupts business at thousands of car dealerships

From PBS NewsHour.

Thousands of car dealers across North America have been forced to revert to pen and paper after a software company they rely on was hit by several cyberattacks. The outage has not only caused delays and inconveniences for customers, but has also raised major concerns about whether sensitive data was compromised. William Brangham discussed more with Chris Krebs of Sentinel One.

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