The AIIMS server has been down for the eighth day; Two are pending, one more under the scanner for a cyber security breach
For the eighth day in a row, the server at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Delhi remained out of service, and according to sources after two analysts from Delhi were suspended, there is more on the radar to comment for the cyber security breach.
According to the sources, “The sanitization process has started, earlier it was 15 servers but now 25 out of 50 servers and more than 400 endpoint computers have been scanned. Antivirus software loading has also started for future security.”
On Tuesday, and AIIMS He also issued a statement that the data of the electronic hospital has been restored, “The data of the electronic hospital has been restored on the servers. The network is sanitized before the services are restored. Electronic security. “
She added, “All hospital services, including outpatient clinics, inpatient clinics, laboratories, etc., continue to operate on manual mode.”
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) also joined the investigation Computer Emergency Response Team of India (CERT-IN)Delhi Police, Intelligence Bureau, Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and Home Ministry (MHA) representatives are already investigating the incident,” sources told ANI.
Internet services following recommendations of investigative agencies will still be prohibited in AIIMS Delhi.
The Laboratory Information System (LIS) database and other dependent databases have been restored.
AIIMS earlier also issued a new set of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) which states that admission, discharge and transfer of patients will be done manually in the hospital until the e-hospital fails.
“Latest SOPs to be followed in manual mode until e-hospital malfunction. Admission, discharge and transfer have to be done manually at AIIMS, New Delhi. Indentation has to be done manually,” the hospital said.
She added that death or birth certificates must be made manually on forms, according to the instructions of the Labor Committee.
She added, “Only urgent samples will be sent, and that also with filled forms. Only urgent investigations will be sent with forms, according to the instructions of the work committee.”
The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi reported a failure on its server on November 23, according to officials.