Progress made in restorations of Atlanta's computer system
ATLANTA - Some progress Tuesday as the city of Atlanta works to recover from a cyberattack.
Tuesday morning, the city told its employees to turn on their computers and printers for the first time since the ransomware attack was discovered on March 22.
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Officials still have not regained total control of the city's computer systems and some functions are still being done manually.
A task force is working on a complete restoration, but Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said Monday that it is more like a marathon and less like a sprint.