Criminals now use public USB charging to juice jack phones - Experts
Cyber security experts have advised people to avoid using public charging stations because scammers are gaining access to download malware to phones, causing them to run slow or lose battery life more quickly.
Terrorists turn to social media for recruits– Pantami
Terror organisations now recruit foot soldiers through the social media, according to Dr. Isa Pantami, minister of Communications and Digital Economy.
Notorious Russian hackers target Nigerian banks, others, says report
A cartel of notorious Russian hackers is now attempting to hack their way into banks in the country and some other countries on the continent.
Firm develops alert App against kidnapping, others
PrimeAlert, an emergency alert app, which will provide Nigerians with quick emergence response services within a given environment, has been launched.
NCC reiterates commitment to knowledge-sharing with all stakeholders
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), has once again, reaffirmed its commitment to the impartation of knowledge because it is key to human capacity building
Fixed broadband connections grow as urban/rural divide widens
A new “State of the Industry 2020” report from ‘US Telecom - The Broadband Association, forecasts that by year-end, 84 per cent of American households will be subscribers to fixed broadband connections.
Smile Nigeria commends MainOne, Globacom
Smile Nigeria, West Africa pioneer 4G LTE broadband service provider has commended MainOne and Globacom for helping the company overcome the challenge in a less hurtful manner.
NDIC adapts to technology, innovation trends
Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) has responded to technological innovations and applications in financial services with the establishment of a new “Fintech and Innovations unit” to align with contemporary trends in advanced economies.