SANIB-PUWERSA ang Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), Bankers Association of the Philippines at ang Bank Marketing Association of the Philippines sa paglulunsad ng isang cyber hygiene campaign para protektahan ang mga Pilipino mula sa online scams.
Ayon sa BSP, ilalatag ng mga grupo ang “Check-Protect-Report” information drive.
“‘Check’ is about being careful sharing when information, ‘protect’ means safeguarding and not sharing personal data to random text messages or emails while ‘report’ is urging Filipinos to urgently inform their banks of suspicious transactions,” ayon sa BSP.
“Amid the rise in digital transactions, the CPR campaign encapsulates what we encourage the public to cultivate as a habit. It is expected to enhance financial consumer welfare participants at financial consumers. Bilang fare, further strengthen confidence in the use of electronic payments, and therefore promote growth,” wika ni BSP Governor Felipe M. Medalla.Amid the rise in digital transactions, the CPR campaign encapsulates what we encourage the public to cultivate as a habit. It is expected to enhance financial consumer weflare, further strengthen confidence in the use of electronic payments, and therefore promote growth,” wika ni BSP Governor Felipe M. Medalla. Sinabi ng central bank na binigyang-diin din sa kampanya na ang cyber security ay isang “shared responsibility” sa hanay ng financial regulators, industry participants at financial consumers.
Bilang tagapag-taguyod ng ligtas at episyenteng banking practices, sinabi ni BAP President Antonio Moncupa na patuloy na nakikipag-ugnayan ang banking industry sa mga regulator, mambabatas at law enforcement agencies upang epektibong masugpo ang panloloko at ang paglaganap ng cybercrimes. “Central to this goal is the protection of the banking public’s hardearned funds which can only be achieved with the joint effort by the financial institutions, government agencies and the customers themselves,” dagdag pa ni Moncupa