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Reality Check: India Learns That With New Tech, Security Advancements Must Follow Print E-mail

India is taking to new technology faster than the West. But the key to advancement is that security measures are adopted at that same speed. After an alleged privacy mishap with the Aadhaar project earlier this year, India is now acutely aware of this reality—and taking steps to strengthen the program.

Biometrics, once considered an exclusive piece of technology, has quickly became mainstream in India. The country now stands second after China with a 31% adoption rate of biometrics technology, according to a Trust in Technology report released late last month.

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Employee background verification can be tricky Print E-mail

Picture this. You go for a job interview, clear all the rounds and are hired.

Two weeks into the new job, however, you are called into the manager’s office and politely asked to leave. Why? Because there is a discrepancy in the information you provided for verification.

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HirePro collaborates with NestAway & AuthBridge to make On-boarding a better experience Print E-mail

HirePro Consulting Pvt. Ltd., one of India's leading recruitment organization, has collaborated with NestAway, India's fastest growing home rental network & AuthBridge, leading providers of employee background verification services along with platforms & solutions that build trust, to offer a seamless onboarding experience with simplified candidate relocation and background verification.

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A Billion Identities at Risk as India Goes Cashless Print E-mail

Shivam Shankar Singh woke last month to an e-mail from an Indian government department. It had a name, address, mobile phone number and bank account with a code for money transfers and investments made in a dairy farm. None of the details were his.

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A look at India’s biometric ID system: digital APIs for a connected world Print E-mail

The consistency of government-issued ID ensures connection to government benefits and financial services, limiting fraud, waste and abuse. In India, a lack of a national identification system has restricted access to public-sector goods and services. Indians had struggled when obtaining a driver's license or even enabling a mobile phone if they didn't have identification. That has changed. India has emerged as a global leader in digital identification and has established the largest database of biometrics in the world.

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