The process for about 3,000 new registrations and follow-up registrations has begun in the New RAK (Rajkumari Amrit Kaur) OPD at AIIMS Delhi . The alleged malware attack at AIIMS Delhi was investigated by a special unit of Delhi Police .
Indiana:.(Indiana: The process for about 3,000 new registrations and follow-up registrations has begun in the New RAK (Rajkumari Amrit Kaur) OPD at AIIMS Delhi, according to sources on Tuesday.AIIMS Delhi services are scheduled to begin full-fledged this week.According to a report, around 4,000 computers have been tested and an antivirus program has also been released for future protection.The staff of the computer facility is also holding regular meetings.Last week, two analysts were suspended for a data leak, and more are under scrutiny.The alleged malware attack at AIIMS Delhi was investigated by a special unit of Delhi Police.Last week, the AIIMS reported that the e-Hospital records were restored. Before services can be restored, the network is being sanitized.Due to the volume of data and the overwhelming number of servers and computers used for the hospital operations, the procedure takes some time.According to the statement, measures are being taken for cyber security.The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has also been involved in the probe. Our server was also down for a single day in November, but the data was encrypted.The issue was sorted out by IT and the National Informatics Centre (NIC), which revived the systems.Dr Sherwal said that the cyber attack was not ransomware.It wasnt ransomware, according to a hospital official.It was also blocked, according to another official.We called the hospital's IT department for further details, but they refused, he said.We heard that the server was down for a short period of time in November, but then they were revived.