How US healthcare spent the weekend protecting against WannaCry

Many set up command centers and feverishly worked to roll out patches to gird against the global ransomware crisis. Many U.S. healthcare systems worked through the weekend to shore up systems to avoid falling victim to a global ransomware attack that took down 20 percent of the U.K.’s National Health Service Friday. “We immediately started an inventory of all of our workstations and servers to determine what patching would be needed,” said Darin Prill, senior director of information systems technology...