Nepal Telecom has dismissed any suggestions that it neglects the severity of its corporate customer data and security. The company has released a notice expressing its strong reaction against the accusation that the telco downplays its commitment to user data privacy.
On Jestha 22, 2079, an online news portal expressed doubt regarding Ntc’s security for its services. The company says that the news piece has strongly drawn its attention.
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Nepal Telecom promises a commitment to Customer data security
In the notice, the state-backed telco expressed its commitment to customer data privacy:
“We request all customers to be assured that Nepal Telecom always respects the privacy of the customers. It will not compromise its security and privacy even once,” Ntc said in a statement.
The company said that it only provides user data in particular instances for eg. In judicial proceedings.
“Like any telecommunication service provider, Ntc provides details only after the order of the court in case of any investigation by the authorized body of the state. By making the company’s services very reliable and safe, we are very sensitive to maintaining the confidentiality of the customers,” the telco continued.
Ntc requested customers to use its services with confidence.
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Data security is one of the most profoundly significant facets of our presence in telecom service. Sensitive information reaches the server of service providers. If they reach the hands of people with sinister designs, it could lead to a compromising situation. Our phone numbers, social media accounts, bank account numbers, etc. can go into the wrong hands jeopardizing our security. We urge you to take maximum measure to stay safe on your part and avoid baits that compels you to give away your user data inadvertently. Do read: Ntc requests people not to share the codes with others.
Ntc adds that its corporate user base is increasing significantly in recent times. The company is Nepal’s leading telecommunication service provider with a 56.66% market share.
How secure do you feel with the telecom services’ data privacy efforts? Do you think you can rely on their infrastructure to keep your data safe from unauthorized hands? Do share in the comments below.
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