"There were the same attacks applied to Nissan on Friday and in other areas of the economy and indeed around the world", Fallon said.
Pizza-loving Mr Hutchins has spent the last three days at his computer trying to battle the virus sleeping just five hours.
The countries, including India, were hit by what isbelieved to be the biggest-ever recorded cyber attack on Friday with investigators looking for those behind the hack that affected systems at banks, hospitals and government agencies globally, media reports said.
The health service has been rebuked for using the outdated Windows XP operating system to store digital information, despite security updates for the software having been discontinued by Microsoft.
Asked by Andrew Marr if the government had failed to give the NHS proper support and failed to pay for "crucial" upgrades to security in 2015, Defence Secretary Sir Michael said £1.9bn had been set aside for United Kingdom cyber-protection - when cyber-attacks were identified as one of three main threats to the UK's defences.
"The reason why so many patients have been unaffected today is because they were ready for this", she said.
"Many of those will be businesses including large corporations". They became aware of it when we had the incident with the Census, so there are no excuses.
Chinese government bodies from transport, social security, industry watchdogs and immigration said they had suspended services ranging from processing applications to traffic crime enforcement.
There have also been calls for an inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the attack and preparedness by the NHS.
"We will continue to work with affected organisations to confirm this".
He also poured fuel on a long-running debate over how government intelligence services should balance their desire to keep software flaws secret - in order to conduct espionage and cyber warfare - against sharing those flaws with technology companies to better secure the internet.
"These alerts included a patch to protect their systems".
Japan's National Police Agency reported two breaches of computers in the country on Sunday - one at a hospital and the other case involving a private person - but no loss of funds.
Forth Valley medical staff are being told to remain vigiliant following last week's cyber attack which hit NHS computers the length and breadth of the UK.
People have been told to check if their online security is up to date..
It is estimated that more than 200,000 computers have been affected so far across the globe, and the National Cyber Security Centre has warned that "further causes of ransomware may come to light, possibly at a significant scale".
Spain's telephone system was among the first targeted, CBS News' Jonathan Vigliotti reported.