The digital age has presented an opportunity to push the boundaries of growth across every facet of life. The advertising community has established itself as a pioneer of digital adoption,…
Ghana cannot be left behind in the comity of nations, especially as the digital economy is set to replace the traditional economy. Leveraging on the internet is a driver for economic growth and development, bridging the already inequality in our society.
Government, thus, must work with the Chamber of Technology and relevant stakeholders like the Institute for ICT Professionals Ghana to promote collaborative approaches to digital policies and strategies in a concerted, collaborative, inclusive bottom-up approach that welcomes debates in shaping our digital landscape.
As cybercriminals are getting more and more complex, organizations and individuals need to stay ahead of the curve in securing data and information.