Maxut, an information technology (IT) consulting services and solutions integration company, has introduced Vasco IT security solutions in Nigeria, to help address vulnerabilities and data protection in small and big organisations.
Addressing technology business owners and managers in Lagos recently, the President of Maxut, Mr. Michael Odusami highlighted some of organisational vulnerabilities and advised their managers on how best to deploy the right technology solution that will protect organisations and help them remain competitive in business.
“We fully understand from experience that most successful technology solutions are those that acknowledge the unique needs of clients and designed to address the specific business challenges that they face. We are technology independent, enabling us to offer a unique combination of unbiased consulting expertise, detailed security assessment and solution integration services. Our delivered solutions are based on the latest and most appropriate controls, backed by proven security technologies from our global network of technology original equipment manufacturers (OEM), which include Vasco,” he said.
He listed some of the solutions and services it offers to include banking security and fraud prevention, compliance and cyber security consulting, Fin Tech and banking systems, as well as enterprise security and cloud infrastructure.
Speaking on the competitive advantage of technology solutions offered by Maxut, Odusami said the company has deep expertise in data centre, Virtualisation and offers core infrastructure systems solution, design appropriate and effective security controls and remediate on issues that compliance auditors may raise from time to time.
Some of the customers that Maxut has successfully delivered business solutions to include: Zenith Bank, Diamond Bank, Jaiz Bank, Dover Engineering, NACIO of USA, West Central Coast Unified Schools in US, among others.
Area Sales Manager, Vasco Security Solutions, in a demo, promised Nigerian banks and other financial institutions of quality solution that will address their fears on IT insecurity.
Confirming vulnerabilities of data among financial institutions in Nigeria, the Managing Director, Nigeria Inter-Bank Settlement System (NIBSS), Mr. Ade Shonubi, called on banks to take security issues very seriously and advised financial institutions to continually deploy the right technology solution that would address all forms of vulnerabilities.
He advised banks not to relax their efforts in the ongoing fight against financial theft and to come up with measures that would address the current trend where Fin-Tech vendors now roll out different applications with tempting incentives that would lure a whole lot of bank customers away from the banking sector. He said such trend, if not checked, may give room to huge financial theft since the operations of the Fin-Tech are not regulated.