Possible cyberattack hits ‘brain’ of N.L. health-care system, delaying thousands of appointments Social Sharing

CBC News reports:

A cyberattack appears to be behind a provincewide disruption of health-care services in Newfoundland and Labrador that has affected thousands of appointments and procedures, including those involving COVID-19 testing.

“We may have been victims of a possible cyberattack by a third party,” said Health Minister John Haggie at a news conference Monday morning.

The possible attack first made itself felt Saturday morning, and hit “the brain of the data centre” that powers the province’s health-care system, said Haggie.

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