A new legal system is required: Cyber expert on AIIMS ransomware attack

Ransomware attacks on aiims>AIIMS Delhi have been triggered every 11 seconds . Cyber expert Pavan Duggal said that companies and organizations around the region are being targeted by a ransomware attack every 11 seconds .

New Delhi, India, November 24: With the latest ransomware attacks on aiims>AIIMS Delhi, cyber expert Pavan Duggal highlighted the need for a new regulatory framework and said that companies and organizations around the region are being targeted by a ransomware attack every 11 seconds.aiims>AIIMS has sensitive medical data.Tons and tons of medical records can be stolen, a copy of it could be made, and then encrypted using the ransomware attack.As a result, all Google services of aiims>AIIMS Delhi have been suspended, and only manual services are being provided, according to Cyber expert Pavan Duggal.

It's time to inculcate cyber security as a way of life.India needs a unique legislative framework and a unique cyber-security statute.His remarks came after All India Institute of Medical Sciences (aiims>AIIMS) announced on Wednesday that it is implementing steps to re-establish the digital services and is seeking assistance from the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) and the National Informatics Center (NIC).According to information provided by aiims>AIIMS Delhi, the server for National Informatics Centres eHospital in New Delhi has been offline today, and staff have been manually managing OPD and sample collection.

According to the statement, the hospital services are operating on manual mode as of 7.30 p.m.The outpatient unit (OPD) and sample collection have been done manually.However, those who do not have a Unique Health Number are facing challenges in this regard.According to the report, the government is also facing difficulties in the admission and discharge of patients.

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