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Nigeria looks beyond border in cybercrime push

The Nigeria government says it has tied a partnership with the Global Action Against Cybercrime (GLACY) in a push to check cybercrime activities. Nigeria’s Ministry of Justice has inaugurated a GLACY team to check criminal activities carried out on the Internet, Abubakar Malami (SAN), Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice says. The […]

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Nigeria’s ID manager, Chams dispute National ID card deal gone sour

The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC), the ID managers of Nigeria and Chams Plc, a Nigerian technology company specializing in identity management services, have continued to trade blame over alleged breach of contract regarding the nation’s National ID Card project. Demola Aladekomo, Founder and Group Managing Director of the Nigerian technology company, Chams Plc, claimed that […]

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Analysis: Nigeria Cybercrimes Act 2015: What are the issues?

TOYIN OGUNSEINDE, Nigeria technology industry analyst attended the Technology Times Outlook Review of Nigeria Cybercrimes Act 2015, and recaps the salient issues across stakeholders at the technology thought leadership series.  hat exactly constitute a cybercrime? Who manages the “alternate taxation” running into millions of naira aggregated by the Cybercrime Security Fund established under the Nigeria […]

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Reviewed: Nigeria’s EFCC turns heat on cybercriminals

Nigeria’s anti-graft agency may be turning the heat on cybercriminals to make the Internet a safer space following growing spate of arrests and prosecutions by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). While it is common knowledge that the use of computers and the Internet to commit crime, popularly called cybercrime, has become prevalent in Nigeria, recent focus on […]

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