CNE says system is “up and running” after last week’s cyberattack

CARE NEW ENGLAND said that it has resolved a cyberattack that began impacting the health system on June 16. / COURTESY CARE NEW ENGLAND
CARE NEW ENGLAND said that it has resolved a cyberattack that began impacting the health system on June 16. / COURTESY CARE NEW ENGLAND
PROVIDENCE – After a cyberattack caused a system-wide shutdown of Care New England’s website, email and other internal systems last Tuesday, a spokeswoman confirmed Monday morning that they are back to normal.   CNE’s systems had been down since June 16, according to Raina Smith, CNE’s senior marketing manager, and are now “up and running" and at…

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