UC San Francisco med school pays $1.14 million to retrieve data from cyberattackers

A string of cyberattacks against universities — the most recent against the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine — has left institutions with a difficult choice: lose valuable data to hackers or pay steep ransoms.

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