Royal Mail budgets £10 million to improve system resilience

A direct result of January cyberattack

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Royal Mail budgets £10 million to improve system resilience

Royal Mail's parent, IDS, has revealed the infrastructure costs associated with its January ransomware attack for the first time.

Royal Mail has announced that it will spend £10 million on improving system resilience, following the massive ransomware attack that affected it earlier this year.  Improvements to the corporati...

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