‘Why Buhari should assent to Data Protection Bill’
As the world marks Data Privacy Day2020, a cybersecurity expert, Remi Afon, has called on the Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari, to assent to the Data Protection Bill, which was passed by the 8th National Assembly in May 2019.
Legal framework hobbles cybersecurity efforts
Cyber security stakeholders have expressed concerns over lack of clear legal framework in the country in the fight against cyber- attacks, Nigeria CommunicationsWeek has been told.
With cyber secure conference, body fights threats in digital age
I’m Remi Afon, president of Cyber Security Association of Nigeria (CSEAN), and CEO Lynsec, a cyber security consultancy firm that has its headquarters in London with branches in Abuja and Brussels.
‘Nigeria loses N127b yearly to cybercrimes’
It said several cases of cyber crime activities in the country, many of which have resulted in financial losses by individuals and organisations, had been widely unreported.
Is cybercrime proving difficult to tackle?
Cybercrime has become a growing concern for Information Security professionals, individuals and organisation, not only in Nigeria, but globally.
‘Nigerians responsible for $9.3b in global loss to cybercrime’
Nigeria is responsible for at least $9.3 billion out of the total global loss to the rising cybercrime, according to the President, Cyber Security Experts Association of Nigeria (CSEAN) ...