A private London hospital popular among the Royal family has suffered a cyber attack, which is now being investigated by the UK's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC). King Edward VII's Hospital reported an "IT security incident" after a third party gained access to confidential medical information, including doctors' letters and pathology reports of some patients. The hospital's website was also affected by the attack. It is understood that the health records of the Royal family members are stored separately and were not impacted by the breach.
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