Ethnos is an AI-Powered Mobile Application Security Platform
Ethnos, a Lagos-based cybersecurity firm, marked a significant milestone at the Tech Fair 2023 organized by Zenith Bank by introducing Aquila, a mobile application scanning and security solution.
Industry watchers say this strategic move solidifies Ethnos’ position as an innovative cybersecurity firm in the country, showcasing its commitment to advancing cybersecurity through groundbreaking innovation.
The introduction of Aquila took place at the just concluded Tech Fair 2023, where Ethnos captivated technology enthusiasts, stakeholders and spectators with an impressive display of their world-class mobile application solution.
Peter Ejiofor, the Chief Executive Officer of Ethnos expressed his enthusiasm for the invitation to the fair by Zenith Bank Plc, highlighting the confidence and trust the bank has placed in Ethnos over the years.
“Being part of this event is a testament to the level of confidence Zenith Bank and the organisers have in us. Our longstanding relationship with the bank has been instrumental in establishing this trust. We are here to showcase our expertise, built over decades in the cybersecurity domain, and highlight our commitment to providing top-notch solutions,” Ejiofor stated.
Addressing the media, Ejiofor explained, “Aquila is a powerful software that scans APK, IPA files for vulnerabilities, including comprehensive protection and monitoring of your mobile apps for potential threats. This development aligns with our mission to bring world-class cybersecurity solutions to their customers and empower local talent in the field.”
Olamide Ajayi, Head, Development for Aquila, emphasised the significance of the product, stating, “Aquila is a security platform that scans mobile apps for insecure data storage, insecure communications, weak authentication, insufficient cryptography, weak authorisation, client code quality, code tampering and lots more.
“The platform also prevents your app from reverse engineering and safeguarding it against cyber threats. It is a must-have solution for organisations that have mobile applications ensuring the security of their products from breaches.”
In addition to Aquila, Ethnos also presented her cost-efficient Managed SIEM solution designed for cyber threat monitoring, prevention and remediation.
Miracle Chukwudebe, a Security Architect with Ethnos, highlighted their focus on providing affordable cybersecurity solutions for small businesses. “We understand the budget constraints faced by SMEs, and that’s why we offer Managed Security solutions that are cost-effective.”
Ejiofor concluded, “As an organisation, we take pride in our world-class team, comprising Security Architects, Implementers, Engineers, Consultants, Developers, Product Managers, and Customer Experience Personnel working diligently to ensure the safety of their clients’ cyber assets.”
Ethnos also showcased some of its security solutions including Security Training, Managed Security Services, Compliance Certification (BAU), and CISO-as-a-Service.
The event also served as a platform to announce their latest offerings, particularly in the realm of Managed SIEM Platforms, designed to improve the protection of digital assets.
The Zenith Bank Tech Fair 2023, dedicated to fostering a deeper understanding and utilisation of emerging technologies, features Zecathon, providing startups and tech enthusiasts with a platform to present innovative solutions.
The fair also includes a tech exhibition with leading IT firms, spanning cybersecurity solution providers to Fintechs. Exceptional ideas presented at the fair stand a chance to win grants and support from Zenith Bank.
Ethnos is a leading indigenous cybersecurity firm committed to providing world-class cybersecurity solutions.
With decades of experience, Ethnos has established itself as a trusted partner for businesses, offering a comprehensive suite of services to safeguard against cyber threats.