Sydney-based Macquarie Health Corporation has started to bring its core IT infrastructure back online, following a "cyber incident" — a Windows ransomware attack — that was made public on 7 October.
Macquarie Health Corporation, which reported on 7 October that it had been affected by a "cyber incident" — a Windows ransomware attack — says it is making good progress in the recovery and restoration of its IT systems.
Macquarie Health Corporation says it is still experiencing "significant impacts" from the ransomware attack that it made public on Thursday last week, though the organisation characterised it as a "cyber incident".
Macquarie Health Corporation has announced that it has suffered what it describes as a "cyber incident", that has led to it taking its IT systems offline "as a precaution".
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