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Centralized high-encryption storage system for employee data

KUWAIT, May 20 : The Kuwaiti Civil Service Bureau affirmed its keenness to follow the highest protection measures for integrated systems data (employee data) by storing data in a central high-encryption storage system.

In a statement published on its official account on the social networking site (Instagram), the Diwan indicated on Wednesday what is being circulated regarding the confidentiality and security of integrated systems data that the system is managed and monitored through national cadres in the operating rooms located in the Diwan building.

He indicated that legal measures are being taken against anyone who circulates allegations or incorrect information, and contrary to the truth, while denying that there is an automatic link to the Civil Service Bureau with any other country.

On the other hand, the National Bureau of Statistics announced the appointments of Kuwaitis from the positions of medicine, assistant medicine and nursing in the Ministry of Health during the period from March 12 until May 19, which numbered 90, including 28 human and dental doctors.

He mentioned that five were assigned in the specialty of prosthetics, nine in the specialty of pharmacy, 33 in the specialty of medical laboratories, five in the specialty of nursing, two in the specialization of health information and eight in the specialty of nutrition.

He pointed out that work is underway to complete the necessary technical settings on automated systems to enable the Ministry of Social Affairs to transfer the salaries of employees of the Office of Social Development and those transferred to the ministry last April according to Decree No. (294 of 2019) before Eid Al Fitr. 

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