CDK Global Says DMS Shutdown Could Last ‘Several Days’ – RVBusiness – Breaking RV Industry News

CDK Global alerted its customers the cyberattack that began June 19 will idle its dealership management system in the U.S. and Canada “likely for several days,” according to an Automotive News report.

The shutdown is now in its third day.

“If you are not aware, we experienced an additional cyber incident late in the evening on June 19,” CDK’s June 20 note to customers said. “We continue to act out of caution, and to protect our customers, we have taken down most of our systems.

“Do not attempt to access the DMS until we can confirm the system is secure. Digital Retail and CDK phones continue to be functional. At this time, we do not have an estimated time frame for resolution and therefore our dealers’ systems will not be available likely for several days.”

The DMS giant shut down its system for a second day after experiencing another “cyber incident.”

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