CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- The FBI is aware of a ransomware investigation underway at the Jefferson Area Board for Aging (JABA), which serves the elderly, people with disabilities and caregivers in Charlottesville and the surrounding counties.

In 2021, JABA served more than 16,000 people. One of its main services is advocating for the elderly, meaning it stores a lot of personal information.

But it said its clients shouldn't be worried, and so far, officials haven't found any evidence that people's data was compromised.

On April 5, JABA experienced what its CEO Marta Keane called a cybersecurity incident.

The FBI confirmed that it was made aware of a ransomware attack on some of JABA's systems.

Keane said the organization has hired third-party cybersecurity experts to investigate and restore the affected systems.

As of Wednesday, she said everything was back to normal.

Keane declined to speak on camera, saying she's focused on providing services and helping in the investigation.

In an email, she wrote, "We take the importance of protecting the data we maintain very seriously. We are in the early stages of the investigation and will update the community with additional information as appropriate."

This is a developing story.