AI-Based Solutions Can Protect Pakistani Banking Consumers from Cyberattacks: Exec. Director SBP [Update]

Executive Director of State Bank of Pakistan’s (SBP) Banking Services Group, Dr. Inayat Hussain, has suggested that Pakistan’s banking industry can protect its customer base from cyberattacks by employing Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology.

While addressing the 13th International Mobile Commerce Virtual Conference, Dr. Inayat stressed upon the banking sector to adopt AI-based solutions for timely detection and thwarting cyberattacks.


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He said that AI technology offers numerous tools for the identification and verification of account holders, adding that Machine Learning and Big Data Analysis would prove effective against cyberattacks.

AI would enable banks and financial institutions to pinpoint dubious and fraudulent transactions along with identifying account holders depositing or withdrawing unusually large sums of money.

He added that the banking sector should improve the verification process of the credentials of the account holders in a bid to curb money laundering.


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Federal Secretary Information Technology and Telecommunications Ministry, Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui, said that the Federal government is making efforts to introduce 5G technology in Pakistan that would allow the digital payment mechanism in the country to grow.

In this regard, Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) in January had authorized PMCL (Jazz) and CMPak (Zong) to conduct 5G tests and trials on a non-commercial basis.


  • The current IT Minister of Pakistan handpicked by Imran Khan has no background in IT services. He is a intermediate in Arts and belong from his closest ally MQM. What do you expect that these jokers will make any legislation or make any rules to step up cyber security across Pakistan. These ministers cannot make an email account on their own.


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