Nigeria, others to get 3 cyber security facilities
NEC XON is creating three new cyber defence operations centres (CDOC), one in Nigeria, another in Senegal, and the third in Mauritius, in addition to the existing facilities in South Africa.
Mobile operators commit to common approach to IOT security
The GSMA has announced that global mobile operators have committed to adopt and implement the GSMA IoT Security Guidelines.
Comercio offers enterprises PAYG option in public cloud service
Comercio Nigeria has launched its Enterprise Public Cloud that will ostensibly help Enterprises in Nigeria reduce cost of ownership whilst trying to grow their businesses...
Senate mulls law to regulate social media
Adbulfatai Buhari, chairman Senate Committee on ICT and Cybercrime has said that the National Assembly will make law to regulate what Nigerians do on social media.
Kwesé poised to change African narrative through innovative content
Kwesé, Pan-African broadcast network is establishing new ways of delivering broadcasting services in a manner that will transform and change the African narrative.Mr. Zachary Wazara, Econet Media Executive, stated this while addressing journalists during the opening of the Ultramodern Kwesé Customer Experience Centre, in Lagos recently.
SystemSpecs seeks special fund for financial inclusion
SystemSpecs Limited, has called on the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to establish a special fund to deepen its financial inclusion goals.Deremi Atanda, executive director, who spoke on the sidelines of Digital Pay Expo in Lagos at the weekend, said there are many issues around the push for financial inclusion...
Siemens, Edo innovation hub partner on ‘The hack Edo series’
The Edo Innovates tech cluster has concluded modalities for ‘The Hack Edo Series’, a multi-dimensional initiative to identify and incubate the best ideas that tackle problems of power generation and distribution faced by individuals, businesses and the digital ecosystem, with a N3.5 million prize money.
SON looks elsewhere as banks issue substandard electronic cards
Customers of money deposit banks in the country have expressed concerns over the poor quality of electronic cards also known as ATM cards issued to them by their banks, Nigeria CommunicationsWeek has learnt.
NCC urges GSM subscribers to use 622 toll-free-line for complaints
Nigerian Communication Commissions (NCC) has urged customers of telecommunication operators to lodge their complaints of unsatisfactory services through its 622 Toll-Free-Line. Prof. Umar Danbatta, executive vice chairman of the commission, said this at the 95th Edition of Consumers Outreach Programme in Dutse last week. Danbatta, who was represented by Felicia Onwuegbuchulam, director, Consumers Affairs Bureau…
ALTON seeks policy breather for ailing CDMA
Association of Licensed Telecommunications Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) has called for policy flexibility in favour of Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) operators. Engr. Gbenga Adebayo, ALTON Chairman, said in Lagos that the federal government should give the operators access to capital and other incentives to survive. “With the declining CDMA operation in Nigeria, there is…