CYBER OFFICIAL "AMAZED" THAT FEDS NOT AFFECTED BY WANNACRY [+PHOTO]
By Andy Metzger
STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE
BOSTON, MAY 22, 2017....President Donald Trump's "cyber czar" said Monday he was surprised that the recent WannaCry global ransomware attack had not compromised federal government computer systems, and he said he worries about future attacks on power grids and hospitals.
Rob Joyce, who worked for 27 years at the National Security Agency before joining the Trump White House, said that financial firms have greater "agility" to invest in cybersecurity than heavily regulated utilities.
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