Cyberattack Sets Major Israeli Hospital Back Decades

Despite the setback from the hack, medical personnel say that the transition to handwritten notes has been 'swift and successful,' as the scenario of a cyberattack on the Israeli hospital had been simulated in the past

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The cyberattack that shut down a Hadera hospital’s computer system last week has sent the medical center back decades in time, to the days when all information was recorded and transmitted by hand, its director said.

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