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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 […]

Britain, China promise tracking technology to locate missing Chibok girls

EFCC: Nigeria no longer safe haven for cybercrimes

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) says Nigeria is no longer be a safe haven for cybercriminals with the coming into force of the new Nigeria Cybercrimes Act 2015, a series of new laws against Internet crimes. EFCC, the nation’s anti-graft agency, says it is giving full backing to the new momentum the law has […]

Main One, India’s Tata Communications in deal to offer Video Connect service in Nigeria

Udotai advocates ‘single law enforcement’ for cybercrimes in Nigeria

Mr Basil Udotai, Managing Partner of Technology Advisor has told attendees at Technology Times Outlook in Lagos that Nigeria should establish a single law enforcement agency to effectively combat cybercrime. Udotai, who delivered the thought leadership keynote presentation Friday at Technology Times Outlook Review of the Nigeria Cybercrimes Act 2015, agrees that the new legislation […]

‘Nigeria to gain 182 million mobile subscribers by 2019’

Blackberry, Cisco sign cross-licensing agreement

Blackberry Limited, a global leader in mobile communications and Cisco, a world leader in IT, have entered into a long-term patent cross-licensing agreement covering their respective products and technologies. The agreement, whose terms are undisclosed will see BlackBerry receive a license fee from Cisco. “Our agreement with Cisco underscores the value companies place on BlackBerry’s […]

Do-Not-Disturb | N500,000 fine awaits erring mobile operators