New Delhi, Mar 16: While the Government of India is promoting digital transactions in the country, it is ironical that its cyber security chief, Gulshan Rai himself doesn’t use internet banking much. He revealed that he doesn’t trust internet banking and keeps a low balance in his account avoid fraud.
Rai pointed that out that there were some “issues there” and that people who use internet banking must know about the security risks.
He said in a conference chaired by consumer affairs minister Ram Vilas Paswan that frauds in ATMs and credit cards are very complex and solving them was difficult. He further said that there were issues like who the regulator of the digital market place, and who handled consumer complaints.
He further said that he has a separate account in which he keeps Rs 25,000 and uses the sum if he had to use a debit card.