Cash-lite Nigeria: SafeNet, WiniGroup tackle IT risks
By Prince Osuagwu
Nigeria’s introduction of cashless economy is attracting many stakeholders, including a US based data protection, authentication and encryption company, SafeNet Inc.
Hi-Tech gathered that the company has vowed to take advantage of the development to penetrate the Nigerian ICT market and thereby increase its presence in Nigeria.
The company said that with the introduction of cashless economy policy in Nigeria, it was imperative to x-ray such hot and relevant topics around the system like: data, risk, file, network and WAN encryption and control; multi-factor authentication.
To get the business done, the company in collaboration with its Nigeria partners, Witty International New Inventions, WINI Group has slated a one day IT workshop in Lagos Nigeria, where the company’s International directors will give a clear roadmap to the security issues surrounding cashless society implementation.
They will also trash out issues of licensing and monetization solution for hybrids on-premise and cloud-based software portfolios, financial data security, government security solutions for protecting communications, sensitive and classified data, cloud security, intellectual properties and digital identities, among others.
The IT security seminar, is billed to hold first week of May at the Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island. The workshop is expected to attract top IT, E-Business and Risk Management Professionals from Financial Institutions, Telecommunications, Oil and Gas, Manufacturing, Services, Education, and Government sectors.
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