In this Mobility World, where we talk about Internet of Things (IOT). Our Life starts with "WhatsApp" & ends with "FB"; shopping, traveling, communication, Searching, Tracking, ..... Internet Is Everywhere.

More than 24% of mobile users are using Mobile for "Computing" even thou we do financial transaction, Net Banking, Online Shopping & Many More. But being user Are we sure how secured our transaction's Are...????? Most of us use Android "Smartphones".

Do Anyone agree that all these "Open source" platforms are Not Secured.....! Its highly Vulnerable. Android is One of the family member..... This will be continued with my update How vulnerable my "Smartphone" is ...! And knowing Unknowingly what all we shared....on Smartphone. 

Isn't it....! 

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Comment by Sudhanshu Ojha on June 4, 2017 at 7:51am
From taxes to social welfare benefits, the Government of India cumulatively receives and disburses billions of rupees to and from its citizens. The Interbank Mobile Payment Service and Aadhaar Enabled Payment System platforms have the potential to integrate the payment systems of various Government to Public (G2P) schemes and enable mobile phones to be used as front-end technology instruments states the report.
By digitizing this flow of money, the Government can lead a strategic shift from the high dependence on cash to a more efficient, electronic payment system, which leverages online and mobile channels to cut costs and bring social benefits to millions.
The establishment of a strong payment and settlement framework and associated enabling institutions has aided a conducive environment for financial inclusion in India.
New game, new rules — evolving prepaid instruments and here is IOT will evolve around your life.
Comment by AHMED SHAKIL on June 5, 2017 at 3:34pm

A Very Good Initiative by GOI, a true way of digitizing. Such platform will also give Analytical Data to Govt. This will fasten the process as well as monitory benefit & cut the manpower from Govt. sector. More Transparency & less Corruption. 

But again the question is How many people are educated to use digital world...? What's the % of population in India are using Smartphone...? Still in rural areas & hilly terrains availability of Internet & Mobile Network is a big question...? 

Are We Ready Towards Digitization. ...? Are We Ready to Accept This...? Or It's a Challenge....?

Other way Challenge to Corruption Also....??? 

Let's take an example of Passport Verification, If the systems are online (Police Records) then No need for such verification, passport official will have access & they verify & get approved within couple of minutes rather waiting for a report from local Police Station which in-fact linger the process and you need to pay bribe also in reality.

But Yes IOT is the future, moving ahead to pace-up with the technology is the requirement in every aspect of life.

Comment by Sudhanshu Ojha on June 5, 2017 at 4:09pm

The real value of the IoT doesn’t come from all the connections it creates but from the data it generates. With real-time data analytics, the IoT becomes a live communications network for fostering insights and improvements. It will also become the foundation of Live Business, in which companies will be able to sense and respond to customers in the moment.

However, while the IoT seems to be just one technology, it actually incorporates other major technologies, such as cloud computing, data analytics, mobile, sensors, and machine-to-machine communications.

IOT-is not only The Internet of Things but it's Importance of Technology as well.That's a reason D-Link Academy is reaching 2,50,000 gram panchayat across country along with Telecom Sector of India and our MOU is in place to bind People ,Things and Machine.

Comment by AHMED SHAKIL on June 7, 2017 at 2:38pm

This is in continuation of my previous comment's.....

Indian government recently banned two high-value currency notes, it led to huge queues to exchange money at banks and ATMs., chaos & disruption's, availability of Cash at ATM's & Banks is a big question and in the country where more than half of its citizens do not have a bank account. But as the dust continues to settle, a tangible long-term benefit of the process appears to be emerging: moving India towards a “Digital Economy”. of which electronic transactions play  a major role in the financial system. The rush to do this, however, is likely to cause a spike in cybercrime.

The Indian government’s push to get ordinary citizens using plastic and digital money is evident in the launch of various schemes like the BHIM app to incentivise digital payments
 by the poor, rural and illiterate who have been unrepresented in the country’s modern banking systems.

Encouraging cashless transactions has the potential to curb tax evasion, corruption and the use of hard cash in crime. And to that extent it is a worthy goal to follow for any
government. But adequate measures have not been taken to ensure that the hard-earned money of ordinary Indians is secure from the cybercrime that will inevitably follow.

The repeated assertion made by Indian banks and online portals is that they use the latest security protocols and hence they are as secure as any other similar business in
the developed world. Even though there is a degree of truth in this argument, it is dangerous to accept it as evidence of sufficient protection for Indian consumers from "Digital Fraud & Cyber Crime"


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