Following May 2017's WannaCry cyberattack, increased spending on security by individual NHS organizations and at a national level looks highly likely.
- A National Audit Office report published on October 27 found that WannaCry ransomware affected at least 81 of England’s NHS trusts, just over a third of the total.
Features and Benefits
- Identifies key issues for UK healthcare in 2018.
- Assesses the underlying impact of WannaCry within England’s NHS trusts.
Key questions answered
- How important are cybersecurity considerations for the management of contemporary hospitals?
- What key steps need to be taken in 2018 to manage cybersecurity risks?
Table of contents
WannaCry: wanna do better next time
Global Digital Exemplars: England's trickle-down theory
Open standards: open for business?
England's locally reliant digital center
Local patient records for local people