NHS didn't know how to respond to WannaCry, claims National Audit Office in official investigation into the ransomware outbreak

The NHS didn't know how to respond to WannaCry ransomware, claims NAO in official report

The NHS didn't know how to respond to WannaCry ransomware, claims NAO in official report

Healthcare staff had to use WhatsApp on mobile phones as NHS IT, including email, went down

The National Health Service "was not clear what actions it should take when affected by WannaCry", claims the National Audit Office (NAO) in its official report into the ransomware outbreak in the ...

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