Theresa May Praises NHS Staff Reaction After Cyberattack

IBTimesTV - Saturday, 13 May 2017  (2 weeks ago)
While service to most NHS hospitals has been restored following the unprecedented ransomware attack on organizations worldwide, Theresa May highlighted the dedication of NHS staff during the incident. She also defended the decision not to chair a Cobra meeting, leaving Home Secretery Amber Rudd to deal with the aftermath of the cyberattack.

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