Ready with locations to conduct ‘proof of concept’ for KYC: telcos
tel has ensured “readiness to conduct POC (proof of concept)” in Delhi and Meerut, while Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) has identified two locations in Telangana for the same.
Reliance Jio Infocomm has ensured its readiness to conduct POC at two locations in Navi Mumbai, while Vodafone Idea Ltd has listed Delhi and Baramati in Pune District, according to the DOT. Other operators like Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) and Tata Teleservices have also identified locations for the POC. As per the alternate digital KYC process proposed by the telecom industry for issuing new mobile connections, the customer acquisition form is to be embedded with live photograph of subscriber along with original proof of identification (POI) and proof of address (POA) document— digitizing the end-to-end process for on-boarding of new mobile subscribers.
DOT said only two mobile connections will be provided per day per POI, POA document to a customer by the operator using the alternate digital KYC process.
It said that additional safeguards in the prevailing guidelines regarding outstation and foreign customers will also be followed in the new alternate digital KYC process. The Supreme Court (SC) in September restricted the use of Aadhaar authentication by private entities in the absence of a legal provision. depression and obsessivecompulsive disorder.
The latest generation of these implants comes with management software for both clinicians and patients. They are installed on tablets and smartphones and connect via Bluetooth.
This exposes them to “serious vulnerabilities” such as “several worrying misconfigurations in an online management platform popular with surgical teams that could lead an attacker to sensitive data and treatment procedures”, “insecure or unencrypted data transfer between the implant, the programming software, and any associated networks”, according to the Kaspersky and Oxford University researchers.
“Manipulation could result in changed settings causing pain, paralysis or the theft of private and confidential personal data,” the researchers