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NADRA denies FIA biometric data hacking statement

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NADRA denies FIA biometric data hacking statement

ISLAMABAD: The National Database and Regulatory Authority (NADRA) has denied allegations of data hacking by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA).

A spokesperson of NADRA has strongly refuted the statement made by Additional Director FIA Tariq Pervez in the meeting of the Standing Committee on Information Technology of the National Assembly.

The spokesperson of NADRA said in his statement that the biometric data of the people is completely safe, the biometric data of NADRA has not been hacked.

The NADRA spokesperson further said that the statement of FIA regarding hacking of biometric data was based on misunderstanding and misunderstanding. He said that NADRA had clarified the statement from FIA which was unnecessary and based on misrepresentation.

Earlier in the day, FIA Additional Director Tariq Pervez had told the National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Information Technology (IT) that the hacking of NADRA’s data had aggravated the problem. There are. ‘

The FIA ​​later issued a statement saying that it had not discussed the issue of data hacking in the Standing Committee meeting, adding that the Additional Director’s statement had been distorted and misrepresented.

The FIA ​​also denied the news about data hacking, calling it untrue.

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ISLAMABAD: The National Database and Regulatory Authority (NADRA) has denied allegations of data hacking by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA).

A spokesperson of NADRA has strongly refuted the statement made by Additional Director FIA Tariq Pervez in the meeting of the Standing Committee on Information Technology of the National Assembly.

The spokesperson of NADRA said in his statement that the biometric data of the people is completely safe, the biometric data of NADRA has not been hacked.

The NADRA spokesperson further said that the statement of FIA regarding hacking of biometric data was based on misunderstanding and misunderstanding. He said that NADRA had clarified the statement from FIA which was unnecessary and based on misrepresentation.

Earlier in the day, FIA Additional Director Tariq Pervez had told the National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Information Technology (IT) that the hacking of NADRA’s data had aggravated the problem. There are. ‘

The FIA ​​later issued a statement saying that it had not discussed the issue of data hacking in the Standing Committee meeting, adding that the Additional Director’s statement had been distorted and misrepresented.

The FIA ​​also denied the news about data hacking, calling it untrue.

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