The attack of WannaCry Ransomware (that happened a few months ago, globally), followed by the illicit hacking of social media account of the vice-president of Congress party, Rahul Gandhi, has seemingly instigated a wave of change in Andhra Pradesh’s online data management system, to fight the cyber crimes there are.
For the same, Andhra Pradesh has become the first in Asia, to introduce the Blockchain technology in the wake of demonetization, to prevent its people’s wealth and all the sensitive information online. The Chief Minister, Sri Chandrababu Naidu, has always been supportive of the “go-cashless” drive and has been doing his best to take Narendra Modi’s dream of “making India cashless” ahead.
The Blockchain Technology has already been introduced in a few departments in Andhra Pradesh to keep all its data secure. This technology stores all the transactions in a publicly centralized digital ledger that can solve the problem of online data manipulations without having a third party involved to check for the same. Blockchain technology assures safe mode for payments, banking and data storage, for the users.
Furthermore, Chandrababu Naidu has also announced the launch of an app called “AP Purse” that will facilitate simplistic online-payment-making methods for the people of Andhra Pradesh. CM Chandrababu Naidu, for his peerless initiatives, had been appointed the head for a committee of five Chief Ministers on Demonetization, by the Finance Minister of India, Mr. Arun Jaitley.