In February, the nation witnessed one of the most high-profile ransomware attacks in history, which led a major U.S. hospital to pay a $17,000 ransom to the hackers who seized control of the hospital’s computer system.

This wasn’t an isolated incident. Many more hospitals were infected by ransomware throughout the first half of the year, and even more are likely to be hit in the next six months.

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