A quarter of UK healthcare IT pros not confident in response to cyber attacks
According to a new report, one in four UK healthcare IT professionals aren't confident in their organization's ability to respond to cyber attacks. Research from network intelligence company Infoblox finds that disruption caused to the NHS by WannaCry in May 2017 means many healthcare organizations are preparing themselves for further ransomware attacks.
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