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>> The National Health Service has lessons to learn. That's according to the UK Home Secretary speaking after the service came under a global cyber attack. Amber Rudd told BBC Radio the service must upgrade its IT systems.>> So far we've had reassurance from them that no patient data has been compromised.
The National Cyber Security Center is working with them to end the disruption, to contain it, and to make sure that we learn lessons from it.>> On Friday, cyber extortionist tricked victims into opening malicious malware attachments sent by email. 45 NHS organizations across England and Scotland were disrupted in the global attack that affected organizations in a hundred countries.
Experts say the threat is now receding as work begins on finding out how this started. The British government says it doesn't know who was behind the attack, but that its National Crime Agency is working to find out.