Nine days ago, the Victorian Government announced that it would be providing $200,000 for a program to help Microsoft train more people in the use of its software. It came, ironically, just a day after regional Victorian hospitals were hit by ransomware – something that, by far, only attacks Microsoft's Windows operating system.
Victorian regional health service Barwon Health is one among numerous entities in the state's health network to be hit by a ransomware attack. Details are expected to be announced later today by the state's Premier, Daniel Andrews.
The delayed decision by the Labor government in Victoria to legalise the Uber ride-sharing service shows that every issue it considers is decided on a political basis.
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