Records of BHIM users allegedly exposed but not compromised, NPCI denies any lapse
The claim is incorrect because we never captured Aadhaar data in the entire process, Dinesh Tyagi, CEO of CSC e-Governance Services India said
Millions of personal and financial records meant to be on-boarded on BHIM or Bharat Interface for Money by CSC e-governance services India Ltd were found exposed on a misconfigured Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 bucket by Israel based online security research firm vpnMentor in April. No data was exposed through the BHIM app. It was allegedly exposed through a CSC website, though the company has disputed that. No data was compromised in any case.