Through this video, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has told people how to protect themselves from cyber crime and identity duplication. The special thing is that the rapper virus has done this video for the Reserve Bank without any money.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has tied up with Punjabi wrapper virus to make people aware amid rising cyber fraud and manifold boom in online financial transactions. The Reserve Bank officially released this campaign from its Twitter handle. Popular Punjabi singer and rapper virus has been taken in this campaign.
Rapper Virus has gained immense popularity after revamping the song ‘Bum Bhole’ for Akshay Kumar and Kiara Advani’s film Laxmi. The Reserve Bank is the most followed central bank on Twitter. The Reserve Bank has been very active on social media since the onset of the Kovid-19 epidemic.
Fraud will be controlled
During the Corona epidemic, online transactions have increased significantly due to social distancing. At the same time, the cases of cybercrime have also increased very fast. In view of the growing fraud in the digital world, the Reserve Bank of India has started a unique initiative. The bank believes that such efforts will increase awareness among the people and check the incidents of fraud. Actually the Reserve Bank of India makes people aware through Twitter and other social media platforms. So that they do not suffer any kind of harm. At the same time, the RBI keeps issuing information from time to time to check fake news.
Capain without money
Through this video, the Reserve Bank of India has told people how to protect themselves from cyber crime and identity duplication. The special thing is that the rapper virus has done this video for the Reserve Bank without any money. In this campaign, the Reserve Bank has asked those who do online transactions to be cautious. The Reserve Bank has run many such campaigns before.
read this also: Can there be a change in EPF Tax? Nirmala Sitharaman said – Government ready for review
read this also: IndusInd Bank gave gift to customers MCLR cuts, home-auto loans will be cheaper