The Nigerian Cybercrime Act: Legal Practitioner highlights critical issues that need to be addressed Barrister Kunle Adegoke, a legal practitioner and partner with M.A. Banire & Co. has highlighted some critical issues on the Nigerian Cybercrime Act 2015 which need to addressed by the Nigerian legislative body. While speaking at the National Cyber Security Awareness Month Conference (NASCAM), Adegoke said one of the critical point for consideration in the Nigerian
How to Secure Your Wifi Router- #CyberWednesday Hello, friends! Greetings for the day. As we have been talking about pushing up digital security in our previous articles, today we will be continuing the genre by taking up ‘Steps to Secure Your Wifi Router‘ or ‘Securing Your home/office Wireless Network ‘ for today’s topic. We are currently living in an era where WiFi networks are being used extensively to connect to the
78% of all mobile network infections targets Android smartphones – Nokia A Nokia Threat Intelligence Report has revealed that Android smartphones have become the target malware infections, as they account for 78 percent of all mobile network infections around the world. “Today attackers are targeting a broader range of applications and platforms, including popular mobile games and new IoT devices, and developing more sophisticated and destructive forms of malware” The
10 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT NIGERIA’S CYBERCRIME ACT 2015 This is a high-level overview of what the Cybercrime Act 2015 provides, and things we should be aware of. Gives the President the power to designate certain computer systems, networks and information infrastructure vital to the national security of Nigeria or the economic and social well-being of its citizens, as constitutingCritical National Information Infrastructure, and to implement procedures, guidelines, and conduct audits in furtherance
Your Kids Vs Technology – How TheOneSpy could have prevented it. There is nothing more upsetting to parents than to see their kids in turmoil or distress. However, regardless of putting maximum efforts in protecting kids, there is only so much a parent can actually do. Occasionally, the issue becomes obsessively great and there is not much that can be done. But why should one let it get that far?