Tag Archives: cybercrime

Minister urges Bluecrest trainees to help fight cyber-crime

The Deputy Interior Minister, Henry Quartey, has asked the 2017 graduates of Bluecrest College to use their expertise acquired from the school to assist the country fight cyber-crime. According to him, the negative impact of cyber-crime in the country cannot be underestimated. Speaking at Bluecrest College’s 12th graduation ceremony, Mr. Quartey said products of Bluecrest must take up the challenge ...

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Kofi Annan Peacekeeping Centre launches Cyber Intelligence course

The Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC) in collaboration with the E-Crime Bureau (a cybersecurity firm) has launched a Certificate course in Cyber Intelligence and Forensics. The launch, which was held at the KAIPTC Conference Hall, had the Commandant of KAIPTC, KAIPTC Faculty Members, Facilitators of the programme, Representatives of e-crime, course participants and some media houses in attendance. ...

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African hackers now using sophisticated approaches – Consultant 

Mr Mike Komla Etchi, Managing Consultant of Delta3 International, an Informational Security Advisory Company, has said cybercrime in Africa has moved from a 419 scam to much more sophisticated approaches. He said most of the attacker’s still rely on poor security habits of the public to succeed in their operations. Mr Etchi told the GNA in an interview on the ...

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