Delhi Aiims E-hospital Data Restored On Servers

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Delhi AIIMS announced on Tuesday that the e-hospital data has been restored. This information has been given to the news agency ANI by the institute, along with it has been said that efforts are being made to ensure that such crisis does not arise again in the future.

The network is being sanitized before services are restored. Restoration of services is taking some time because the data is high and the number of computers etc. in the hospital is also high. Along with this, cyber security arrangements are also being made so that such danger does not arise again in future. All hospital services, including outpatients, in-patients, laboratories, etc. will continue to run in manual mode until the services are fully restored.

Significantly, the server of AIIMS, Delhi was hacked. The hackers demanded Rs 200 crore in cryptocurrency from the institute. However, the police denied this. Due to server shutdown, all the work was done manually on Tuesday also. The data of 3-4 crore patients is feared to be at risk in the cyber attack that took place last Wednesday. The Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In), Delhi Police and representatives of the Ministry of Home Affairs are investigating. The Intelligence Fusion and Strategic Operations unit of Delhi Police had registered a case of extortion and cyber terrorism on November 25.

NIC team is scanning and cleaning the infection from other e-hospital servers located in AIIMS, which is essential for hospital services. Four physical servers arranged for restoration of e-hospital services have been scanned and made ready for database and application. Along with this, the work of network sanitization of AIIMS is going on. Antivirus solutions are organized for servers and computers. According to sources, 20 out of 50 servers have been scanned. Work continues 24 hours.

Delhi AIIMS announced on Tuesday that the e-hospital data has been restored. This information has been given to the news agency ANI by the institute, along with it has been said that efforts are being made to ensure that such crisis does not arise again in the future.

The network is being sanitized before services are restored. Restoration of services is taking some time because the data is high and the number of computers etc. in the hospital is also high. Along with this, cyber security arrangements are also being made so that such danger does not arise again in future. All hospital services, including outpatients, in-patients, laboratories, etc. will continue to run in manual mode until the services are fully restored.

Significantly, the server of AIIMS, Delhi was hacked. The hackers demanded Rs 200 crore in cryptocurrency from the institute. However, the police denied this. Due to server shutdown, all the work was done manually on Tuesday also. The data of 3-4 crore patients is feared to be at risk in the cyber attack that took place last Wednesday. The Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In), Delhi Police and representatives of the Ministry of Home Affairs are investigating. The Intelligence Fusion and Strategic Operations unit of Delhi Police had registered a case of extortion and cyber terrorism on November 25.

NIC team is scanning and cleaning the infection from other e-hospital servers located in AIIMS, which is essential for hospital services. Four physical servers arranged for restoration of e-hospital services have been scanned and made ready for database and application. Along with this, the work of network sanitization of AIIMS is going on. Antivirus solutions are organized for servers and computers. According to sources, 20 out of 50 servers have been scanned. Work continues 24 hours.

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