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Nigeria Computer Society Holds National Cybersecurity Forum

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Nigeria Computer Society (NCS) announced today it will hold a Forum on National Security January 9, 2020 in Lagos.

NCS President, Professor Adesina Sodiya said this at a press conference in Lagos, reports Techeconomyng, adding that the event will focus on issues around financial fraud, cyber-attacks, social media hacking and cybersecurity education.

According to him, Director General, National Information Technology Agency, Mr Kashifu Inuwa Abdullahi will chair the meeting which will also have in attendance, top military, police, and other law enforcement agencies personnel. The Chief Executives from private sector will also be in attendance.

Sodiya, said that the meeting will afford stakeholders the opportunity to also discuss matters related to formulating nation’s cybersecurity strategies and cybersecurity regulations.

NCS is the umbrella body for all IT practitioners and interest groups in Nigeria.

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