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Banks should do more to expose criminals’ tricks –Olaoye, GMD, Halogen Group

Just as the banks and other financial institutions invest heavily in security solutions, the e-fraudsters seems not to be relenting too in their nefarious activities. Why? You may ask.

“We must recognise that it is a new order”, says  Mr  Wale Olaoye, the Group Managing Director of Halogen Group, formerly Halogen Security, a conglomerate devoted to integrated safety and security solutions.

According to him,  the global village now is presently enmeshed in a turmoil and no place  to take cover any more. Hear him:

“It is a new day; the world is open; the boundaries are down; it is a borderless world;  the world is vulnerable; the world is volatile; nobody is safe anymore”.

In this interview, Olaoye advised the banks to up their game in order to give the criminals a deserving sucker punch.

 

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