The news of Aadhaar data breach is indeed an alarming one for India. Aadhaar has been the flagship project of govt of India and it is probably the only project which touches each and every individual in the country. Crucial biometric data of all the citizens is held within precincts of UIDAI data centre. This has to be protected to ensure that privacy of each citizen is maintained and also to ensure that no misuse takes place. EU is going to implement GDPR from mid of 2018 to address such issues and GOI will also have to consider something on similar lines soon.
– Mr. Ramesh Mamgain, Area Vice President, India and SAARC Region, Commvault
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