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SAMAA – FIA reveals reason of increasing cybercrimes in Pakistan

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SAMAA – FIA reveals reason of increasing cybercrimes in Pakistan

Revelations at the Standing Committee on Information Technology

The FIA ​​has revealed that NADRA’s biometric data has been hacked as the main reason for the growing cyber fraud in the country.

Additional Director Cyber ​​Crime Wing Tariq Pervez says that if someone goes to catch someone in financial fraud, then an old man or an illiterate woman comes out. He made the revelations at a meeting of the National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Information Technology.

The Additional Director of the FIA ​​Cyber ​​Crime Wing said that hackers easily commit fraud by hacking biometric data.

The good news of winning the lottery is that some people are tempted to accept aid from Benazir Income Support Program. Attempts to access sensitive information of citizens by becoming a representative of the bank are also on the rise.

It may be recalled that a day earlier, NADRA Chairman Tariq Malik had denied that the data had been hacked. “We are lucky that our tools are such that our data has not been breached yet and the things that are common in this regard are stories,” he said. He further said that yes there are some individual cases but in such cases strict action is taken.

In the eyes of experts, hacking of NADRA data is not a trivial matter but its consequences can be very dangerous.

Cyber ​​expert Haroon Ahmed says that this data can be misused. It can be used for many cybercrime, theft purposes and even terrorism.

According to PTA chairman Amir Azeem Bajwa, no mobile phone company is allowed to sell SIMs from door to door. They also say that people’s thumbprints are taken illegally. He said that a fine of Rs. 150 million has been imposed on two mobile operators in one year.



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Revelations at the Standing Committee on Information Technology

The FIA ​​has revealed that NADRA’s biometric data has been hacked as the main reason for the growing cyber fraud in the country.

Additional Director Cyber ​​Crime Wing Tariq Pervez says that if someone goes to catch someone in financial fraud, then an old man or an illiterate woman comes out. He made the revelations at a meeting of the National Assembly’s Standing Committee on Information Technology.

The Additional Director of the FIA ​​Cyber ​​Crime Wing said that hackers easily commit fraud by hacking biometric data.

The good news of winning the lottery is that some people are tempted to accept aid from Benazir Income Support Program. Attempts to access sensitive information of citizens by becoming a representative of the bank are also on the rise.

It may be recalled that a day earlier, NADRA Chairman Tariq Malik had denied that the data had been hacked. “We are lucky that our tools are such that our data has not been breached yet and the things that are common in this regard are stories,” he said. He further said that yes there are some individual cases but in such cases strict action is taken.

In the eyes of experts, hacking of NADRA data is not a trivial matter but its consequences can be very dangerous.

Cyber ​​expert Haroon Ahmed says that this data can be misused. It can be used for many cybercrime, theft purposes and even terrorism.

According to PTA chairman Amir Azeem Bajwa, no mobile phone company is allowed to sell SIMs from door to door. They also say that people’s thumbprints are taken illegally. He said that a fine of Rs. 150 million has been imposed on two mobile operators in one year.


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