fake Facebook profiles and send friend requests to Army officers. Once they accept their request, the hackers start chatting with them on Facebook or Skype, later video-chatting with them that gives them an idea of the space surrounding the officers.
"While chatting, the hackers send the officers a zipped file on the pretext of sending photos etc which when downloaded and opened, infect the systems and confidential data becomes accessible to them", he points out.
To deal with this, the Army has recently taken initiatives including issuing strict action and termination for those violating guidelines and also introducing training programmes to create awareness.
However as an expert on the rapidly changing technology, it becomes imperative to keep abreast of latest happenings and Fadia admits he constantly keeps on learning through his own students at times and through a team he has specially created.