[SecurityWeek] Suit Blames Baby’s Death on Cyberattack at Alabama Hospital

An Alabama woman whose 9-month-old daughter died has filed suit against the hospital where she was born claiming it did not disclose that its computer systems had been crippled by a cyberattack, which resulted in diminished care that resulted in the baby’s death.

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