Cyber resiliency of the UK’s health service still in disarray
By Kat Hall
Nearly a year has passed since the unprecedented WannaCry cyber attack and the UK’s NHS has yet to agree an action plan, according to a report by MPs.
Following the incident last June, which caused 20,000 hospital appointments and operations to be cancelled, a Lessons Learned review was published with 22 recommendations for strengthening the NHS’s cyber security.
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