WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - The City of Wichita says some personal information, including names, Social Security numbers, and credit card numbers, were compromised in last week's cyberattack.

City leaders say sometime between May 3 and 4, someone copied files from its computer network. It included personal information like names, Social Security numbers, driver's license details, and credit card numbers, specifically from people who have had traffic violations. 

"I hope whoever is behind it goes straight to hell,” said Wichita resident Paula Shelgren. 

Shelgren isn't playing any games when it comes to the cyberattack. 

"I'm a little worried, but not letting it take over my life. It's out of my control. It's already done by whoever. You just can't let it get to you. Just pick yourself up and continue on,” said Shelgren.

Experts say to monitor all of your accounts, get a credit report, place a year-long fraud alert on your credit file, or a credit freeze if you feel like you may have been targeted.

"You want to take a look and see if there's any new things on there that you don't recognize. Any lines of credit that had been opened or anything like that,” said Chris Garcia, Assistant District Attorney in the Consumer Protection Division. 

Garcia says you may want to go a step further and check any account that has automatic payments that go to the city.

"If it's a billing situation, say you've got a water bill that's automatically paid with the City of Wichita that could have that kind of information could be compromised."

The city also said Tuesday that it is working to restore all of its systems, but it does not have a timeline for when everything will be back to normal.