SBI amid increase in cybercrime has shared a video clip on its official twitter handle saying the financial services sector is the first target of cybercrime. In the clip there is given the context that may probably lead to online banking fraud.
1. If you have received an hoax call, mail or text that ask you of your personal details or request you to making immediate online payment.
2. If the transaction in your bank account shows transactions that you never executed.
3. If you have happened to share personal information or account related information with anyone.
"Protect yourself from cyber-criminals by staying alert and informed. Here's what you can do to stay safe," SBI tweeted along with the video.
Protect yourself from cyber-criminals by staying alert and informed. Here’s what you can do to stay safe. For more details, please visit: https://t.co/PBljl1ygD1#SBI #StateBankOfIndia #Cybercrime #OnlineFrauds #FinancialFrauds #StayAlert #StaySafe #OnlineSafety pic.twitter.com/1ZlOJkINMN— State Bank of India (@TheOfficialSBI) July 17, 2020
And then further ahead, the banker has asked to make such complaints either to the local police officials or National Cyber Crime Reporting Portal
How To File Complaint On National Cyber Crime Reporting Portal?
A government of India initiative National Cyber Crime Reporting Portal is there in place to assist complainants to make cyber related complaints online. And here cybercrimes with focus on cyber crimes against women and children are attended to. And the matter are dealt by enforcement agencies or policy based on the information given.
In a bid to make its SBI customers online banking hassle free and at the same time safeguard them against any nature of fraud, SBI time and again keeps sharing important measures and says the key to safe banking is vigilance. Also, the bank cautioned against keeping unique password for internet banking and to keep their details confidential.