Given the personal data it stores, Human Resource (HR) department of organisations is becoming a top target for hackers.The threat of a cyber-attack, scam or hack is not a new dangerous phenomenon to businesses; however, much like the work of a skilful pickpocket.....
‘800 families, individuals benefit from NSITF’s scheme’
More than 800 families and individuals are benefitting from the Employees’ Compensation Scheme (ECS), which is implemented by the Nigeria Social Insurance Scheme (NSITF).
Power generation drops to 3,014.8MW as FG loses N92.28b in 49 days
Power output from Nigeria’s generating companies (GenCos) dropped to 3,014.8 megawatts (MW), yesterday from a monthly average of 3,578MW in August, latest data from the National Control Centre (NCC), Osogbo, has shown.
Aptech Preschool to tackle ‘early years’ learning crisis
Global education and training company, Aptech Limited, has revealed plans to tackle preschool education in Nigeria with a product called, Aptech International Preschool (AIPS).
Experts task entrepreneurs on financial intelligence skills
Business experts have urged aspiring and existing entrepreneurs to invest in sustainable businesses that can attract investment and meet global standards.
American Business Council elects Faulkner as president
Country General Manager of IBM West Africa, Dipo Faulkner, has been elected, President of the American Business Council (ABC), and Chairman of the board of directors in Nigeria.
Masters Energy repositions as Ogah bows out
The board of Masters Energy Group has constituted a new management following the resignation of Dr Uchechukwu Samson Ogah. A statement from the Group said this follows the appointment of Ogah as Minister Designate to represent Abia State....
US firm mulls establishment of plant in Nigeria, rewards 17
A United States based pharmaceutical and health products company, BF SUMA, has rewarded 17 Nigerians among other Africans from Ghana, Tanzania, Zambia, Uganda, Kenya, and the Democratic Republic of Congo with 33 cars for being top distributors of its health supplement.
Group trains corps members on road safety advocacy
Greenlight Initiative has commenced training for 76 Corps members to become traffic safety advocates in Abuja, and Kaduna. Declaring the training opened in Abuja recently, the Group Executive Director, GreenLight Initiative, Simon Obi, said the training was organised to groom young advocates, and also pave the way for other well-meaning Nigerians to create awareness at work, homes, schools, and on the streets.
FPA offers free CPR training to LASWA staff
Falck Prime Atlantic (FPA), has trained workers of the Lagos State Waterways Authority (LASWA), on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). The gesture is part of the firm’s determination to ensure that more than 400 Nigerians benefitted from its free basic first aid and CPR training programme.