NHS cyber attack highlights dangers of underinsurance

Cyber attack

Hospitals across the capital have declared a critical incident after a cyber attack caused operational havoc to medical services.

The attack, believed to have originated from a hacker group of Russian origin, meant operations were cancelled and patients heading to A&E had to be diverted to other hospitals.

The incident has

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