Wednesday, February 10, 2021View Showroom
Auriga, a global provider of technology solutions for the omnichannel banking and payments industries, today announced a new strategic partnership with Dilaco, IT specialist Consulting and Outsourcing provider in Belgium.
Through this partnership, Dilaco will enlarge its consulting and service offerings with Auriga’s cutting edge cybersecurity solution Lookwise Device Manager (LDM) for securing all digital self-service banking assets, web channels and remote workstations that are used by bank employees.
Dilaco will utilise LDM to further enhance their cybersecurity services for the financial sector by providing best in class tools and technology to monitor and manage device security, prevent threats and respond to incidents even more rapidly and effectively.
Auriga technology complements the specialist IT support services that Dilaco provides financial institutions in Benelux. Its offering consists mainly of help desk services, proactive monitoring services on self-service devices, hardware maintenance coordination and cash in transit services coordination. Dilaco’s objective is to boost efficiency, increase productivity, continuous access to cash and continuity of services for banks in Belgium.
Vincenzo Fiore, CEO, Auriga comments: “We’re proud to partner with Dilaco and provide the Lookwise Device Manager to help secure critical banking services and infrastructure in the Benelux region. Our joint clients will benefit from full protection, comprehensive security monitoring and control of their networked devices that are so essential to how they serve their customers, especially in these unprecedented times.”
Jeff de Kleijn, CEO, Dilaco says: “We are delighted to be able to bring this powerful cybersecurity solution to financial institutions across the region. This technology, alongside our specialist services and support, will enable our customers to guarantee optimal availability and accessibility of banking services while preventing or minimizing the impact of cyber-attacks and ensuring effective control of the network.”