Hillel Yaffe resorts to logging admissions with pen and paper while being unable to conduct non-urgent procedures; officials believe cyberattack was not backed by an enemy state After a ransomware cyberattack targeted the Hillel Yaffe Medical Center in Hadera Wednesday, Israel's National Cyber Directorate said there were heightened fears of other hospitals being targeted. The directorate also issued a general warning to Israeli businesses to be aware of potential cyberattacks, as the country faces an uptick in hacking attempts. Separately, the Health Ministry, in a letter to hospitals around the country, urged them to print out patients' medical files amid the fear of more cyberattacks.
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