The National Law Review, June 28, 2021

Following a ransomware infection in late April, UnitingCare Queensland has suffered a nearly 2 month long ordeal to regain control of its systems. UnitingCare was a victim of malware called Sodinokibi/REvil which encrypted its files and attempted to delete backups.

The attack shutdown a range of UnitingCare’s core systems and forced its facilities to revert to paper-based and manual workarounds to continue operating.

Read full National Law Review article.

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