How cyber criminals care of national hea Melbourne
Hospitals in the Gippsland Health Alliance were recently attacked by pro cyber criminals. It was sort of ransomware attack. A cyber incident discovered on Monday blocked access to several systems due to ransomware, including financial management. Nevertheless, the department assured, no personal patient data had been accessed.
The Victorian Government, police and cyber experts from the capital work together at securing the network. It is still not known what impact the attack had on servers. Investigations are continuing. David Cullen, the principal adviser to the State Government on cyber incidents, said hospitals were dealing with "sophisticated cyber criminals". Isolation led up to shutdown of some important patient information. So, now the hospitals have no choice, but to go offline.
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The body of a palestinian student Aiia Maarsawe was found on January 13 at Bundoora near a tram stop. 20 year old Codey Herrmann was accused in killing and raping the girl, later he pleaded guilty, and today he must come to the Supreme Court of Victoria.
Maarsawe was attacked while speaking by phone with her sister on her way home, she lived in Melbourn not so long. The killer had to face the Court in June, dut his lawyer said, they would be completely ready only in October. He also said, Hermann had some medical reports concerning his neuropsychiatric health. This material is expected to be tendered to a Melbourne court.
On April 8 thirty-six people protested against animal husbandry, thereby they shut down some parts of the central Melbourne (Swanston and Flinders streets). The vegans could avoid the court conviction, instead they had to pay 100 dollars fine each to animal shelter. The activists plead guilty, however they said: "We must always question who the real criminals are — those who seek a kind and sustainable planet or those who seek to destroy it whilst causing immeasurable suffering in the process,"
The State Opposition castigated the decision of the Court and said they let off too easily. "I certainly do, and I think that those animal activists need to understand that they can't go on and disrupt Melbourne's streets and potentially put people's lives at risk by blocking ambulances and diverting police resources." said deputy Liberal leader.
So, the vegan activists must show up before the court again on January 13.