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There has been a cyber attack on the e-hospital server of Delhi’s All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). Even after two days the situation is not stabilising. This is the condition when this attack has happened on only one institution. Due to this attack, OPD and sample collection services in AIIMS apart from all other services like operation process has also been badly affected. The institute’s backup system also responds to retaliatory attacks due to cyber attacks. Sources say that the project system has also been made. Initial investigation has revealed that the tailor changed as soon as he joined the cyber transaction. In 2017, there was a ransomware cyber attack on the UK’s National Health System ‘NHS’. For about two weeks, the whole system was down. Had to work manual how. Till four years ago, more than 48 thousand ‘VainaCry Ransomware Attacks’ were being detected in India. Even after that, a proof-proof system to avoid cyber attacks cannot be prepared in the country.

Surrounding areas are affected including national security…

Dr. Muktesh Chandra (IPS), is attached to the post of Special CP in Delhi Police. He has worked in many important positions including DGP of Goa and Special CP ‘Traffic’ in Delhi. Dr. Muktesh is involved in cyber terms contracted from Delhi. While in service, he prepared a research report on the topic ‘Study on Cyber ​​Security Relations between India and UK’ under ‘Cyber ​​License Fellowship’ in UK. After that many articles have been published on the subject of Dr. Muktesh’s ‘cyber ban’. In his article ‘A Case for National Cyber ​​Partnership Strategy’, Dr. Muktesh Chandra wrote, Cyber ​​attack on ‘Critical Information Infrastructure’ affects national security, industry, public health and other vital services. These services are reduced to a state of great impoverishment. At present, cyber partnership is a big and important part of the ‘National Security Strategy’ of a country.

Cyber ​​has reached the fifth domain of space

Dr. Muktesh said, we have seen terrorism and violence as a part of geo war for a long time. After land, sea, air and space, the battle has now reached the fifth domain, cyber space. Ransomware attacks happen all the time. It has been seen in these that how serious they are. Although it is very difficult to find out. In 2017, the attack on Britain’s National Health System shook the whole world. Even tried flashing the database. Not only the main system, but also the backup constitutes a ransomware attack. Rewrite after such changes is to load all machines. Many times demand also comes under bitcoin or cryptocurrency under ransomware. After five years, if India or other countries have not taken any concrete initiative to protect themselves from cyber attack, then it is the responsibility.

All this is necessary to avoid cyber attack

To avoid cyber attack, the process of ‘cyber hygiene’ has its own. Whatever the institution, take the database there. In case of cyber disaster, where a thorough drill takes place, awareness is taken about it in every department, institution or company. All these preparations should be done well in advance. Whether AIIMS had all this plan is also a question. This is just a cyber attack on an MS. If any other AIIMS, big government hospitals and private institutions also get linked in you and then cyber attack happens, then the situation of sinister can be estimated during that time. The speed with which cybercrime is increasing, we will have to increase our own security.

Provision of fine up to five hundred crore rupees

Penalty system has to be implemented as soon as possible. A provision is being made in the Central Government’s ‘Digital Personal Data Protection Bill’ that in the event of such attacks, a fine of up to five hundred rupees can be imposed on the institution concerned. In this bill, a responsibility of the institute has been fixed. A strong technology has to be adopted for cyber security. There are massive strategy trains for this. Many agencies in India are working on cyber attack. It would be better if this responsibility is handed over to any one institution. After the cyber attack, we should announce our National Cyber ​​Risk Policy.

1.4 billion yen withdrawn from 14,000 ATMs in three hours

The Indian Commuter Emergency Response Team handled 50,362 cyber security breaches in 2016. More than 31664 Indian websites were defaced. About 10020947 boats, identified by the system, were being tracked. In 2013, there was a loss of Rs 24,630 crore due to cybercrime. In 2016, hackers withdrew 1.4 billion yen from 14,000 ATMs in Japan in just three hours. Account credit cards were created by stealing a database from a South African bank. Decades ago, work on ‘critical information infrastructure’ was carried out on a large scale to influence Estonia and its parliament in Europe. There the effect of cyber attacks was visible in three weeks. Iran’s obscure power plant has been infected by the Stuxnet virus. Ukraine’s power companies also could not escape the cyber attack. The ‘Shuman’ virus had set up more than 30,000 computers of Saudi Arabian firm ‘Aramco’. P.S. Dr. Muktesh Chandra, Till 2019 ‘VenaCry’ Ransomware had given way to 230000 computers in more than hundred countries of the world.

‘ISIS’ also trying to enter cyber space

Britain’s National Health Service, Spain’s Telefonica FedEx and US ‘critical infrastructure operator’ etc. have also come under the grip of ransomware. Till four years ago, more than 48 thousand ‘VainaCry Ransomware Attacks’ were being detected in India. Different types of hacker groups keep trying to break into the Indian space. India’s energy sectors, transportation (air, surface, rail, and water), banking, finance, telecommunication, defense, space, law enforcement, logistics, intelligence, government sensitive organizations, public health, water supply, disposal, critical manufacturing And e-governance etc. have to be very careful from cyber attacks. The website ‘ISIS’ is also trying to enter the cyber space. In 2017, there was a ransomware cyber attack on the UK’s National Health System ‘NHS’. For about two weeks, the whole system was down. Had to work manual how.

Expansion

There has been a cyber attack on the e-hospital server of Delhi’s All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). Even after two days the situation is not stabilising. This is the condition when this attack has happened on only one institution. Due to this attack, OPD and sample collection services in AIIMS apart from all other services like operation process has also been badly affected. The institute’s backup system also responds to retaliatory attacks due to cyber attacks. Sources say that the project system has also been made. Initial investigation has revealed that the tailor changed as soon as he joined the cyber transaction. In 2017, there was a ransomware cyber attack on the UK’s National Health System ‘NHS’. For about two weeks, the whole system was down. Had to work manual how. Till four years ago, more than 48 thousand ‘VainaCry Ransomware Attacks’ were being detected in India. Even after that, a proof-proof system to avoid cyber attacks cannot be prepared in the country.

Surrounding areas are affected including national security…

Dr. Muktesh Chandra (IPS), is attached to the post of Special CP in Delhi Police. He has worked in many important positions including DGP of Goa and Special CP ‘Traffic’ in Delhi. Dr. Muktesh is involved in cyber terms contracted from Delhi. While in service, he prepared a research report on the topic ‘Study on Cyber ​​Security Relations between India and UK’ under ‘Cyber ​​License Fellowship’ in UK. After that many articles have been published on the subject of Dr. Muktesh’s ‘cyber ban’. In his article ‘A Case for National Cyber ​​Partnership Strategy’, Dr. Muktesh Chandra wrote, Cyber ​​attack on ‘Critical Information Infrastructure’ affects national security, industry, public health and other vital services. These services are reduced to a state of great impoverishment. At present, cyber risk is a big and important part of the ‘National Security Strategy’ of a country.

Cyber ​​has reached the fifth domain of space

Dr. Muktesh said, we have seen terrorism and violence as a part of geo war for a long time. After land, sea, air and space, the battle has now reached the fifth domain, cyber space. Ransomware attacks happen all the time. It has been seen in these that how serious they are. Although it is very difficult to find out. In 2017, the attack on Britain’s National Health System shook the whole world. Even tried flashing the database. Not only the main system, but also the backup constitutes a ransomware attack. Rewrite after such changes is to load all machines. Many times demand also comes under bitcoin or cryptocurrency under ransomware. After five years, if India or other countries have not taken any concrete initiative to protect themselves from cyber attack, then it is the responsibility.

All this is necessary to avoid cyber attack

To avoid cyber attack, the process of ‘cyber hygiene’ has its own. Whatever the institution, take the database there. In case of cyber disaster, where a thorough drill takes place, awareness is taken about it in every department, institution or company. All these preparations have to be done well in advance. Whether AIIMS had all this plan is also a question. This is just a cyber attack on an MMS. If any other AIIMS, big government hospitals and private institutions also get linked in you and then cyber attack happens, then the situation of sinister can be estimated during that time. The speed with which cybercrime is increasing, we will have to increase our own security.

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