Just hours after the shooting incident at the Pensacola Air Station last week, city officials in Pensacola discovered that the city was the victim of a ransomware attack. Many of the city’s computer systems were affected and were disconnected from the internet.

City officials reported that all offices were open and that emergency services, including 911 services, were operating, but that since email and other electronic services were down, “we just might have to do some things a little bit old-school, with pen and paper.”