Resourcery Plc, a leading systems integration company in Nigeria is set to tackle the growing electronic fraud (e-fraud) in the Nigerian banking system with an interactive session on March 15, 2012 that x-rays how companies can detect and alert on intrusions in the network of banks, mobile money operators and telecom operators.
The company noted that business organisations and government agencies in Nigeria awee exposed to threats on their networks on a daily basis hence the need to take pro-active measures against these threats. To this end, it is bringing together Risk and Compliance Managers, CIOs and other top IT executives from leading corporations to address the menace.
Speaking on the theme of the event, Mr Rasaq Hanafi, Product Manager, for Resourcery said, “Incorporating the right security into your IT infrastructure from the onset enables a more cost-effective solution. Organisations need to carefully administer resources into providing adequate security for their huge IT investments.
He said, “It’s not advisable to create a system and then bolt on security as an afterthought. When it comes to applications, no organisation can afford to accidently leave a back door or permit a loophole for hackers to thrive.”
Mrs. Angela Chike-Dike, Senior Manager, Business Development, Resourcery, said ArcSight, a leading global provider of security and compliance management solutions intelligently identifies and mitigates cyber threats and risks for businesses and government agencies.