In the era of Coronavirus epidemic, most of the government and private employees are doing their office work from home. In such a situation, they use the Internet maximum time during the day. These days cybercriminals are also taking advantage of this. Cases of cyber fraud are constantly increasing. Therefore, it has become very important to focus on cybersecurity. Now HDFC Bank has launched a campaign, which aims to spread awareness on cyber fraud and prevent them. The bank has named it Muh Bandh Kehon Campaign.
The bank said in a statement that it will conduct one thousand workshops across the country during the next four months. According to the bank, people can keep their money safe by not sharing card details, CVV, expiry date, OTP, NetBanking / Mobile banking login ID and password etc. on phone, SMS, e-mail and social media. People will be informed about this campaign.
Tips for cybersecurity of the bank
The bank has asked the customers to follow these steps:
- HDFC Bank or any other bank never asks you to share OTP, NetBanking / Mobile Banking password, Customer ID, UPI PIN to postpone your EMI payment. Please do not share any of your personal information over phone, SMS, email with anyone.
- Do not share your PIN, password, bank details with anyone.
- In case of changing your home address, contact number or email id, inform your bank about the need.
- If any suspicious transaction is noticed in your account or card, a representative of HDFC Bank will call you. The bank will contact you with this phone number – 61607475.
- Always save the number of your regional bank in your contact list. This will help you by sending alerts of suspicious transactions in case of loss or loss of your card. The bank said that you can contact HDFC Bank’s phone banking on 61606161 or toll free number – 18002586161.
- Do not conduct banking transactions from your mobile, tablet, laptop when it is connected to any public or free WiFi which is open and therefore unsafe.