Brazil’s Sírio-Libanês Hospital adopts contingency system after Fleury cyber attack

The cyber attack that took Fleury Group's systems offline on Tuesday, June 22, placed all 29 hospitals of the Sírio-Libanês group on a manual or contingency basis to perform exams.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The hospital announced that its teams are "working to quickly remedy potential delays in examinations," while Fleury gradually reestablishes its services.

The cyber attack that took Fleury Group's systems offline on Tuesday, June 22, placed all 29 hospitals served by the diagnostic . . .

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