NZ Herald reports:
The Government won’t pay a ransom to those behind the Waikato DHB cyber attack which crashed the board’s entire system last Tuesday.
A group claiming to be responsible for the cyber attack claimed today that it had accessed confidential patient notes, staff details and financial information.
Health Minister Andrew Little said he was aware some journalists received what appeared to be personal and patient information stolen in a ransomware attack from the Waikato DHB.
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