Universal Health Services lost $67 million in cyberattack recovery

Ginger Christ reports:

Universal Health Services said Thursday that the company lost $67 million in the second half of 2020 as a result of a September cyberattack.

The Sept. 29 malware attack caused King of Prussia, Pa.-based UHS to temporarily take all of its U.S. information technology networks offline, including systems for medical records, laboratories and pharmacies. Servers weren’t completely restored until October.

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