Car rental service Avis Cars Cast is looking for a new team member.
The online car rental app, which lets you rent a vehicle in a variety of colors, styles and sizes, has been plagued by recent problems.
The company says the issues were caused by an attack on its servers.
The attack was caused by the same malicious software used in recent attacks against Uber, Lyft and others.
Read moreAvis CarsCast said that the attacks came from an unnamed group that has been trying to infiltrate the company’s systems.
In response, the company said it is taking the issue seriously.
Read moreThe Avis team, which includes Avis CEO Matthew O’Keefe and several other former employees, says it has a team of about 30 people dedicated to fighting the threat.
“Avis is in a very challenging position right now,” said O’Malley.
“We’ve got a lot of data we need to defend and protect ourselves, and that’s why we are asking our team to work together.”
“We have the technology to make sure that we protect ourselves,” O’Reilly said.
“But we’re in a vulnerable position right there.
We’re exposed to this malicious activity.”
The AvishaysCast team has a plan to protect itself and says it is using a tool called the “Reverse Engineering Toolkit” to investigate the attacks and determine who the attackers are.
The team is also taking steps to make their app secure by implementing new security measures, including using a private key and an encryption algorithm that Avis says will make it impossible for the attacker to steal the data.
Avis has not yet responded to Business Insider’s request for comment.Read More