Unity Bank tasks customers on data security
Nigeria’s commercial lender, Unity Bank Plc has reacted to a claim of a data breach in its systems.
In a statement signed by Head of Corporate Communications, DeVoe Okorie, the Bank assured customers of the protection of their data, while calling on them to remain vigilant by protecting their banking information.
The statement read: “Our attention has been drawn to social media reports purporting a data breach of our systems.
“For the avoidance of doubt, Unity Bank wishes to reassure all customers that we take the protection of their personal information very seriously in accordance with data protection legislation.
“The Bank hereby reassures its customers and the public at large, of the integrity of its systems, controls of which are continually enhanced in line with best practices, to forestall attempts at compromising confidential data.
We also implore all our esteemed customers and the public to be vigilant and not succumb to false and suspicious emails/text/calls/messages devised to mislead them into disclosing their personal details.”