Present Status of it Security of Madurai District Central Cooperative Bank, Tamil Nadu

  • Dr. V. Alagu Pandian Faculty, ICM, Madurai
  • Shri. G. Suresh Director, NICM, Chennai


Though the Computerization of Cooperative Banks started during the new millennia, it catches up with Madurai District Central Cooperative Bank during 2010 at a leisure pace only. Initially, an application approved by the TNSCB was in use though it was developed locally. DCCBs of Tamil Nadu were using different types of Software in different regions, and it resulted in a nightmare for Bank Integration and further expansion.Hence adopting the prudential norms, RBI’s IT security policy, NABARD circulars on IT security instructions, continuous monitoring the Banking news and events, Interacting with Bankers in seminars and training, and updating security protocols will surely save the Bank from any kind of Internal and External threat to its IT infrastructure.

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