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Admin Reporter- Ajay

Oct 16 2018


India is on second place after US in data burglary cases

Delhi,16,October,2018

 

New Delhi: India has been in second place after US in the first half of this year in data burglaries. This is said in a report by Digital Security company Gematlto. It has been said in the report that due to the 'agreement' with base data in India, the figure of burglar has been high. A daily newspaper disclosed this.

 

 

 

 

 

According to a report released by Gamalto on Monday, the United States is still the biggest victim of such attacks. In the total number of cases of burglaries globally 57% of the victims have been USA. 72 percent of total record theft is stolen in the United States. However, in the cases of burglary it decreased 17 percent compared to the previous half year. Talking of burglary or record theft, India has become a victim of 37 percent of such cases in the global level.

 

 

 

 

According to the latest figures, 4.5 billion data stolen in 945 bribery cases globally. Out of these, cases of one billion data theft occurred in India. In the first half of 2018, one billion records were stolen in the cases of base burglaries. These include names, addresses or other personal information. There was no response to this email sent to the India Unique Identification Authority (UIDAI). It has been said in the report that on the social media platform platform data of two billion users was broken.

 

 

 

 

This is the biggest such event at the global level. After this there is a burglary in base data. It has been said in the report that an anonymous service was providing anyone access to personal information of 1.2 billion Indian citizens by spending 500 rupees. UIDAI, however, denied any incident of data burglary but had also filed an FIR against journalist Khaira and others reporting about it.

 

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