The National Bank of Egypt stressed the incorrectness of what was circulated on some social media over the past days from an audio message – the source is unknown – called the risk of dealing through electronic payments and displays customer data for any piracy operations and that this allegation is completely dishonorable.
The National Bank of Egypt previously issued text messages to its customers and made a note on its website, as part of its continuous awareness of its customers, stressing the importance of clients not trading their secret numbers or any identifying data in order to preserve their financial transactions..
The National Bank of Egypt holds multiple certificates and from international bodies that enhance the integrity of the procedures for storing information and places the confidentiality of the data and accounts of its customers as a top priority in the operating system and follows the highest insurance standards for data and the mechanisms for using its electronic products.
The bank also stresses the importance of expanding electronic payments as a working method at the state level and should not be coordinated behind rumors aimed at questioning the system of those payments that follow the best international standards, as electronic payment systems on approved sites are insured and the customer is provided with a secret number.
The National Bank of Egypt reiterates the incorrectness of what was circulated through an unidentified voice message from the risks of using electronic payment systems or exposing any of its clients’ data to piracy. Security of information systems is a subject of interest and follow-up of the regulatory authorities in accordance with strict control instructions from the Central Bank of Egypt And follow international and technical best practices.