Bahrain banks call for non-disclosure of personal and banking data
Bahrain banks call for non-disclosure of personal and banking data

The Bahrain Banks Association stressed the need for the various dealers with financial and banking institutions to realize the importance of preserving their personal and banking data, and not to disclose it in any way except when necessary and through reliable channels, in addition to working to educate the segments that do not deal with modern technologies professionally, such as some elderly people And others, about this.

The Society expressed its reassurance of the efforts made by the financial and banking institutions within the framework of implementing the directives of the Central Bank of Bahrain.

In order to provide the latest electronic protection systems for customer data, and to ensure reliable communication with them.

The association noted the continuous coordination between the banking sector and a number of relevant authorities such as the Communications Regulatory Authority to prevent fraud and impersonation, out of everyone’s keenness to address fraudulent methods, especially during the Corona pandemic in light of the high use of digital communication means, confirming in this regard that the available data Emphasizes that the Kingdom of Bahrain is at the forefront of countries that take all necessary precautions to preserve users' data and privacy.

Mr. Adnan Ahmed Yusef, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Bahrain Association of Banks, said that the association takes upon itself the responsibility of spreading awareness of the importance of those dealing with banks and financial institutions preserving their privacy, within the framework of the related efforts made by the Central Bank of Bahrain and the financial and banking institutions in Bahrain.