Social Engineering as A Business Risk

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While the threat actors are improving on the campaign’s sophistication by building reputable-sounding content within the body of the email, cybersecurity awareness training for executives and businesses will help avoid falling for targeted social engineering attacks, and actively monitoring emails to flag threats and making sure other users are protected are equally important control measures.

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IIPGH improves digital literacy in Ghana

Technology education and skills development should not be the preserve of the affluent in our society, it must be democratized and accessible by all. This is because emerging technology skills are now essential tools for employment in the 21st century and in the next decade may become a requirement for any type of job – David Gowu (Executive Director, IIPGH).

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IIPGH organizes maiden quarterly symposium: “State of Ghana’s cybersecurity, should we be concerned?”

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Educational institutions must be interested in such initiatives to foster the needed discussions between industry and academia. As a capacity-building organization, IIPGH is always very much ready to engage stakeholders through such platforms to shape and impact policy.

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