One-quarter of NHS trusts have no qualified IT security pros

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IT security remains an afterthought within the NHS despite WannaCry outbreak in 2017

One quarter of NHS trusts have no qualified IT security professionals on their payroll, with almost nine out of ten failing to reach NHS Digital's supposedly mandatory targets for information gover...

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