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FIA denies hacking NADRA system

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FIA denies hacking NADRA system

ISLAMABAD: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has denied that NADRA’s system was hacked.

A statement issued by the FIA ​​said that the statement regarding hacking of NADRA system was misinterpreted.

Earlier, NADRA had strongly denied the statement of Additional Director Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Tariq Pervez.

The spokesperson of NADRA on the statement of Tariq Pervez given in the National Assembly Standing Committee on IT said that the biometric data of the people is completely safe, the biometric data of NADRA has not been hacked.

A spokesperson of NADRA said that the statement of FIA regarding hacking of biometric data was based on misunderstanding and misunderstanding. NADRA has sought clarification from FIA on unnecessary and misrepresentation.

Earlier, Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) officials had revealed that NADRA’s biometric data had been hacked, making it easy for hackers to commit fraud.

This important revelation was made by FIA Additional Director Tariq Pervez before the Standing Committee on Information Technology of the National Assembly.

He said that hacking of data of National Database and Registration Authority has increased.

Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) Chairman Amir Bajwa told the committee that we did not allow any mobile phone company to go door-to-door to sell SIMs, selling 600 illegal SIMs a year. The percentage has decreased. The country currently does not have an eyelid scanning database. In the case of biometric data hacking, people’s fingerprints are illegally traced.

Additional Director FIA Tariq Pervez said that those who send mobile messages of financial fraud can be complained on PTA’s website.

During the meeting, National Assembly member Kanwal Shozaib revealed that whenever the National Assembly convenes, the mobile locations of the members are checked. Our locations were checked at a recent joint sitting of Parliament.

Regarding social media rules, Member Legal Ministry of IT Babar Sohail said that Pakistani law does not apply to social media. In terms of resources, we are at the micro level. Our educational institutions, private and public sectors are not familiar with modernity. There is a lot of work being done in India regarding IT.

When a member of the committee asked what is the policy regarding sensitive religious and controversial content on social media? So Chairman PTA Amir Azeem Bajwa said that the content published on social media cannot be removed.

He said that there is only one solution for such content in Pakistan and that is that the relevant social media app can be blocked.

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ISLAMABAD: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has denied that NADRA’s system was hacked.

A statement issued by the FIA ​​said that the statement regarding hacking of NADRA system was misinterpreted.

Earlier, NADRA had strongly denied the statement of Additional Director Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Tariq Pervez.

The spokesperson of NADRA on the statement of Tariq Pervez given in the National Assembly Standing Committee on IT said that the biometric data of the people is completely safe, the biometric data of NADRA has not been hacked.

A spokesperson of NADRA said that the statement of FIA regarding hacking of biometric data was based on misunderstanding and misunderstanding. NADRA has sought clarification from FIA on unnecessary and misrepresentation.

Earlier, Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) officials had revealed that NADRA’s biometric data had been hacked, making it easy for hackers to commit fraud.

This important revelation was made by FIA Additional Director Tariq Pervez before the Standing Committee on Information Technology of the National Assembly.

He said that hacking of data of National Database and Registration Authority has increased.

Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) Chairman Amir Bajwa told the committee that we did not allow any mobile phone company to go door-to-door to sell SIMs, selling 600 illegal SIMs a year. The percentage has decreased. The country currently does not have an eyelid scanning database. In the case of biometric data hacking, people’s fingerprints are illegally traced.

Additional Director FIA Tariq Pervez said that those who send mobile messages of financial fraud can be complained on PTA’s website.

During the meeting, National Assembly member Kanwal Shozaib revealed that whenever the National Assembly convenes, the mobile locations of the members are checked. Our locations were checked at a recent joint sitting of Parliament.

Regarding social media rules, Member Legal Ministry of IT Babar Sohail said that Pakistani law does not apply to social media. In terms of resources, we are at the micro level. Our educational institutions, private and public sectors are not familiar with modernity. There is a lot of work being done in India regarding IT.

When a member of the committee asked what is the policy regarding sensitive religious and controversial content on social media? So Chairman PTA Amir Azeem Bajwa said that the content published on social media cannot be removed.

He said that there is only one solution for such content in Pakistan and that is that the relevant social media app can be blocked.

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