The Hill reports:
A tech vendor used by dozens of House offices on Capitol Hill for constituent outreach services has reportedly been hit by a ransomware attack, becoming the latest victim in a series of cyberattacks to target U.S.-based entities.
Punchbowl News reported Tuesday that almost 60 House offices, from both parties, have not been able to retrieve constituent information from the vendor iConstituent for several weeks.
The company is reportedly working with Szpindor to resolve the issue, but Punchbowl noted, that frustration is mounting, as the incident has not yet been fixed.
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