Unleashing the Potential of ICT: FSS 2020 ICT Executive Masterclass - A Resounding Success

In the rapidly evolving landscape of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), staying ahead of the curve is crucial for businesses and executives alike. In 2020, Comnavig ICT organized a successful Masterclass with the Central Bank of Nigeria. Industry leaders, tech enthusiasts, and aspiring ICT executives came together to participate in the highly anticipated FSS 2020 ICT Executive Masterclass. Held with great success, the masterclass was a unique platform that provided invaluable insights, cutting-edge knowledge, and networking opportunities, empowering attendees to harness the true potential of ICT in their domains.

Service Excellence in the Digital era.

Service Excellence in the digital age continues to be redefined by the depth of interaction between organizations and their clients.

Nigerian hacker admits $6.5m fraud in US court

Punch Nigeria-Obinna Obioha, 31, and a Nigerian hacker has pleaded guilty to wire fraud, and admitted to participating in a scheme to hack into computers and email accounts in the United States for the purpose of stealing money from American companies.

Nigeria 2017 ICT Sector Realities: Some Concerns and Opportunities - By Olufemi Adeagbo

Nigeria's economy is undergoing serious recession and currency value erosion.

Is Social Media doing Enough to Combat Hate Speech?

When freedom of speech is for a good cause, this is a beautiful thing.

Next cyber-fraud prevention software unveiled

CyberRein announced the launch of Assayer, a next-generation cyber-fraud software. Targeted at banks, Assayer uniquely stops criminals deceiving banks existing defences.

Cybersecurity Skills gap is a danger to businesses- Mark McCallum, CTO, Orange Business Services

The number of cyber attacks being carried out globally is continuously growing, and has seen significant acceleration in the last five years.

Data centers in the cloud: What's the risk to your business?

The world is getting smaller, and technology has a lot to do with this. As technology converges, we are seeing fascinating trends in data storage across the globe.

Big Data is watching you- It's Time to Embrace the Benefits- By Wynand Smit, CEO at INOVO

Consumers are getting wise to brand activities but it's not as simple as they may assume.

Businesses Need to Be “Data Driven” for True Digital Transformation says Altron

Over and above leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI) and cloud services; it has been widely acknowledged that the key building block for true digital transformation is the need for businesses to become data-driven.

Of course, this is a uniquely challenging task for almost every business.

Using Information Technology Helps Businesses Remain Competitive

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, computers were an indulgent option when running a business. Computers were expensive, had limited functionality, and, to many, provided limited value beyond what traditional methods had done. Despite this, the march towards a technology-enabled future proceeded, led by finance departments looking for efficiencies promised by so-called ‘spreadsheet’ software.

Security Risk Assessment

A security risk assessment identifies, assesses, and implements key security controls in applications. It also focuses on preventing application security defects and vulnerabilities.

Nigerian banks and rising cyber threats

Cyber-attacks targeted at the global banking system and high-profile institutions are not imaginary, but real. The overall objective is to steal financial assets- cash or near-cash assets.

Unfortunately, latest reports showed that the most dreaded group in the criminal trade, known as “Silence”, has positioned for the sub-Saharan Africa (SSA).

Nigeria to Give All of Its 200 Million People Identity Numbers

Nigeria wants to issue identity numbers for as many as 50 million citizens per year in a bid to create a harmonized database of its population, the largest in Africa.

Social Media Week: Technology gateway to promotion, protection of women-Experts

TechHer NG, a community that aims to demystify technology for women in Nigeria, partnered with Social Media Week Lagos to produce ‘The Digital Woman'

As AI shapes the Future of Work, employers focus on human skills

After years of talking about disruption, executives are determined to turn talk into action.

Nigeria announces N127 billion loss to cybercrime - IT News Africa

Dr Bukola Saraki, President of the Senate, on Monday 6 November 2017 revealed that Nigeria has lost about N127 billion to cybercrime.

Which technologies will reshape business in 2018 - Ettienne Reinecke, Dimension Data Group Technology Officer.

Dimension Data released a list of the company’s top IT predictions for 2018.

Essential cyber-safety tips amidst escalating cyber-attacks- Fortinet Cybersecurity Solutions

Essential cyber-safety tips amidst escalating cyber-attacks

Will Africa's First ICT University Live Up To Its Aims?

The controversial Information Communication and Technology (ICT) University of Nigeria which will be the first of its kind in Africa was recently approved by the Federal Executive council. Even though the university is expected to commence activities in September, very little is known about how exactly it will run from information gathered, especially comments by the Minister of Communication Adebayor Shittu, this is what we should expect from the new university.

MEET THE NIGERIAN SCIENTIST GIVING DRONES THE ABILITY TO SMELL BOMBS FROM AFAR

Imagine being able to detect odours a significant distance away with form factors which you can mount on a commercially available drone. The system will be complete with on board biological learning and classification, wrote Oshiorenoya E. Agabi on his LinkedIn profile.

Robots will destroy our jobs and we're not ready for it

Two-thirds of Americans believe robots will soon perform most of the work done by humans but 80% also believe their jobs will be unaffected. Time to think again

Nigerian hackers steal $3b worldwide - Vanguard news

Nigerian hackers and cyber criminals are being accused of masterminding a grand theft of information and money running into billions of dollars, worldwide.

Africa finally gets unique Internet Domain 25 years after World Wide Web launched

More than three decades after the first domain name was registered, and over 25 years after the World Wide Web launched, Africa finally has its own internet domain fully owned by Africa named DotAfrica, APA reports on Wednesday.

This is how you get hacked

Did you know that 56% of all data breaches in 2016 began with a user clicking on a phishing email, giving hackers access to a corporate network?

14 days to TechPlus 2017 Africa's Largest Technology Event

The biggest technology event is back and is bigger than ever this year!

Technology, its control and the deeper risk issues- Olufemi Adeagbo

The Internet is arguably the most pervasive and dominant underlying aspect of our lives today.

Massive cyber attack hits 1,200 hotels in the US

TORONTO Global hotel chain InterContinental Hotels Group Plc said 1,200 of its franchised hotels in the United States, including Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza, were victims of a three-month cyberattack that sought to steal customer payment card data.

FG INAUGURATES COMMITTEE ON PROPOSED ICT UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA

News Agency of Nigeria-The Federal Government on Thursday in Abuja inaugurated an implementation committee to facilitate the establishment of the proposed Information Communication Technology (ICT) University of Nigeria.

U.S. pledges support to Nigeria in fight against cybercrime, financial fraud

The ambassador expressed the need to set up appropriate legal frameworks, deploy computer emergency response teams in critical sectors.

NHS hit by ransomware attack, hospitals across country shutting down- The Register

GP told of 'National hack of the computer health care system'

We spent N20m to hack into JAMB registration portal Suspects

Punch Nigeria-Some suspects who were allegedly caught while perpetrating certain irregularities in the ongoing registration for the 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations have reportedly confessed to spending over N20m to construct a radio platform with which they hacked into JAMBs registration portal.

AfriOne launches first Nigerian-made smartphones

AfriFone Limited will on Friday commission an assembly plant and launch its AfriOne mobile phones and other consumer devices, a feat the company describes as a technological breakthrough and precedent for the enterprise and Nigeria's 170 million-strong populous.

Nigeria's cyber security system now world class DHQ

Premium Times -The Defence Headquarters, DHQ, has said that Nigeria's Cyber security systems has improved tremendously in line with the realities of time.

Tips for buying devices for your business. By Nick Keene

Devices are as fundamental to a business as a business plan. What's great about modern devices is that they support a wide range of advanced business applications that can manage your work-flow from anywhere.

Travelers are easy targets for online financial crime when abroad

As holiday season begins, many are looking forward to spending some much needed time away from home. Others will be on vacations abroad and spending money is inevitable. Travelers need to be wary of online financial operations.

Cutting cost in Internet of Things (IoT) era

What if we took all the data coming out of our everyday devices and connect them? This means we can cook at home using our mobile phones while working at the office, turn on the heater before we get home, watch our children in playpens while we shop.

Engaging your customer in the text-is-the-new-talk-world

With text becoming the talk of the town and taking over voice interaction, customers are choosing to rather communicate with contact centres via messaging apps than making a call.

Cyber-security is a business issue, not an IT issue

It is said, that an innovation only gets the investment they need to be perfected once the arms industry has seen a need for it.

From an Idea to an App How not to fail - BY VIKRANT SINGH

Apps fail all the time and so do ideas. It is agonizing if you are the conceiver of the idea or the developer behind the app and it's even worse if you are both.

How to Build an Always-On, Always-Available Enterprise - By Rachel Dines

There is never a good time for downtime, even planned downtime.

Nigeria Education Sector Vulnerable to hackers - By Nsikak Joseph Nelson, CEO Silex Secure.

The Nigerian education sector online solutions has led to increased vulnerabilities in portals of universities and other higher institutions of learning.

Customer Experience Management: The Landscape Has Changed - By Olufemi Adeagbo

The availability of widespread telecommunications has altered the underlying fundamentals of customer engagement significantly.

Contact Centers as strategic Investments and not Cost Centers

Punch Nigeria - Interview with Mr. Olufemi Adeagbo, the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Comnavig, ICT Advisers.

Business Process Outsourcing

Channels Television - The Money Show: Interview with Mr. Olufemi Adeagbo MD/CEO Comnavig ICT Advisers on Business Process Outsourcing.

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