University-Industry Relationship: Growth and Sustainability of Technology Hubs in The Ghanaian Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

The influx of technology hubs across the country has significantly inspired the youth to seek self-employment in the technology sector. The pursuit of new knowledge and the creation of innovative products have been the outcome so far. Technology hubs introduce the youth to both the technical and entrepreneurial aspects of Read more…

Safely Re-opening borders through Enhanced Monitoring & Adherence Tracking of Incoming Travelers – A timely solution for West Africa, based on science, data and technology

Summary The COVID-19 pandemic has led to the shutting of borders in most countries across the world, in a bid to slow the spread of the virus. This has seriously impacted all economies globally. Several countries, including Ghana, have instituted a mandatory 14-day quarantine/isolation for repatriated citizens and residents. This Read more…

Cyber Security in Ghana: Talk or Action?

According to the Cybercrime Unit of the Criminal Investigation Department of the Ghana Police Service, Ghana lost over USD 105 million to cybercrime at the end of 2018. These figures are the official records from the nation’s elite unit fighting cybercrime. In the previous year (2017), Ghana lost a little over USD 69 million to cybercrime. These figures could be double compared to what have been reported. This is because most firms do not report breaches due to cyberattack for fear of losing their clients.