FORT MYERS, Fla.– The Southwest Florida Public Defender’s Office was hit by a malware intrusion, last week.
According to officials, offices are open and operational.
The Public Defender’s Office has a cyber security team working to determine the extent of the intrusion.
Public Defender Kathleen Smith said efforts to fully restore service are underway and going well.
The reason for the attack is unknown, at this time. This is a developing story.
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