UIDAI has said Aadhaar has not been assaulted notwithstanding for once
It declined to share the most recent digital security evaluation of Aadhaar information
UIDAI directly keeps up the information of around 114 crore Indians
The center biometric information of Aadhaar card holders has “till date” not confronted any digital assault, UIDAI has said because of a RTI inquiry. The Unique Identification Authority of India, in any case, declined to share the most recent digital security evaluation of Aadhaar information, refering to national security.
“The data can’t be shared under area 8(1)(a) of RTI Act as the information being National resource and sharing the frameworks set up can influence the security enthusiasm of the UIDAI and may prompt induction of an offense and proviso 7 of the Aadhaar information security direction,” UIDAI said.
Reacting to a RTI question by a PTI journalist looking to know the quantity of digital assaults coordinated at the center biometric information of Aadhar clients, the organization said there have been “nil” revealed cases.
UIDAI directly keeps up the information of around 114 crore Indians in more than 6,000 servers situated in Bengaluru and Manesar.
The Center for Internet and Society (CIS) had guaranteed in a current report that Aadhaar numbers and individual data of around 135 million Indians may have been spilled from government entryways.
The report had said the nonattendance of “legitimate controls” in populating the databases could have deplorable outcomes as it might uncover delicate data about people, including insights about address, photos and money related information.
The entries where the implied spills happened were those of National Social Assistance Program, National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme, and two sites of the Andhra Pradesh government, it had said.
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