AIIMS Cyber Attack: MoS Rajeev Chandrasekhar says Server hack could be a big conspiracy; Check latest update

 

New Delhi: In an interview with IANS, Chandrasekhar argued that the server attack was definitely part of a larger conspiracy. He said India’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT), the National Investigation Agency (NIA) and the Delhi Police are investigating the matter. He added that while the government has various arrangements in place to protect government agencies from cyberattacks, AIIMS, an autonomous agency, employs private agencies for that purpose.

The government is considering setting standards to prevent such incidents, which will be sent as recommendations to agencies like AIIMS to encourage their implementation, he said. The minister described this as a ransomware problem, saying patient data had not been exposed so far, but had been made inaccessible by hospitals.

The government is considering setting standards to prevent such incidents, which will be sent as recommendations to agencies like AIIMS to encourage their implementation, he said. The minister described this as a ransomware problem, saying patient data had not been exposed so far, but had been made inaccessible by hospitals.

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The government is considering setting standards to prevent such incidents, which will be sent as recommendations to agencies like AIIMS to encourage their implementation, he said. The minister described this as a ransomware problem, saying patient data had not been exposed so far, but had been made inaccessible by hospitals.

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He called it a cybersecurity issue. Chandrasekhar said the government had introduced a digital personal data protection bill on data breaches, and after its implementation, victims of such cases should email the Data Protection Commission. It added that you can file a complaint about a data privacy breach by submitting a