One year on from WannaCry ransomware outbreak - Lessons Learnt?

As the first anniversary of the Wannacry ransomware attack draws closer, a new report from global security company Trend Micro examines the areas of vulnerabilities and threats related to the healthcare industry. The report looks at ways to help healthcare organisations understand, measure and mitigate their information security risks.


Through the research, Trend Micro has uncovered that12 months on, despite additional resources being put into many healthcare systems, the scare of WannaCry may not have resulted in more secure healthcare environments. Instead, the report finds that many critical systems and devices exposed, making them a potential target for another major attack.


The full report can be seen here

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