Better business: Dynamic Networks Group's James Baird on the fallout from the Wannacry cyber attack


Earlier this month, the country watched in horror as NHS computer systems were hit by a debilitating cyber attack. The ransomware, known as Wanna Decryptor or WannaCry, hit trusts in England and Scotland and has infected 200,000 machines in 150 countries since it was released.

Essentially WannaCry is a virus planted on your server by cyber attackers which locks you out of your system until you pay a ransom to regain access.

The WannaCry attack prevented thousands of people accessing their own

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