In a press statement by its Director, Public Affairs, Dr. Ikechukwu Adinde CSIRT, in its first-ever security advisories less than three months after its creation, confirmed that it has solely identified the two cyber-attacks targeting the consumers and therefore proffering solutions that can help telecom consumers from falling victims to the two cyber vulnerabilities.
The combined awards, issued on the heels of a public lecture, titled, Public Sector Financing: The Oil Revenue, Challenges, Solutions and Prospects, eloquently expressed the significance of telecom sector’s contribution to Nigeria’s economy. Noteworthy is telecoms’ 12.45 per cent contribution to the nation’s GDP in 2020, which was central and pivotal in taking the nation out of recession.
The request was contained in a letter dated January 10, 2022 and read on the floor by the Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, during plenary.
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) made this known in a statement released by its Director, Public Affairs, Dr. Ikechukwu Adinde.
NCC Director of Public Affairs, Dr. Ikechukwu Adinde announced this in a press release issued Wednesday.
Speaking to the News Agency of Nigeria in separate interviews, the lawyers said that whether virtual or physical, a judgment delivered by a court of competent jurisdiction was binding on all parties.
The delegation from the central African nation purposively paid a scheduled visit to the NCC to understudy its policies.
The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Prof. Isa Ali Ibrahim Pantami, and Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission, Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta, gave the assurance in their presentations during the recently-concluded virtual African Internet Governance Forum 2021 (vAFIGF2021).
In a renewed drive to rid the markets of pirated books and enforce respect for copyright, the operatives, backed by armed policemen, on 14th December 2021, stormed bookshops in the market and apprehended those found to be selling suspected pirated books.
Hon. Wasiu Olatunbosun, the Commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism, said this Monday while receiving in audience the Zonal Manager, Nigerian Copyright Commission, Bisi Ogundiran in his office.
The Executive Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the NCC, Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta, said this in Lagos.
Akande made the call at the third edition of NCC’s 2021 “Talk to The Regulator” Forum in Port Harcourt, Rivers State on Friday.
Danbatta made the assertion in a goodwill message at the opening ceremony of a three-day SERVICOM retreat.
The suit, with number: FHC/ABJ/CS/1323/2021, was filed at the Federal High Court in the Federal Capital Territory.
The commission was reacting to the claim published by BusinessDay newspapers that it shifted the deadline after the foremost telecoms giant submitted its bid.
The Executive Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (EVC/CEO) of NCC, Prof. Umar Danbatta, listed the initiatives during a two-day Zonal Regional Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Innovation Forum organised by the Commission in Enugu recently.
Telecommunications operators in Nigeria have stressed the need for its industry regulator, Nigerian Communications Commission, to address all peculiar challenges affecting the telecoms industry, in order to protect the industry and its players.
Campus Conversation is a sub-programme of the Telecom Conversations, a modified consumer information and education outreach programme in the purview of NCC’s Consumer Affairs Bureau.
Danbatta stated this during the second edition of NCC’s 2021 Talk to The Regulator (TTTR) forum held at Four Points by Sheraton, Lagos, over the weekend. The theme of the discourse is, “Improving Stakeholders Satisfaction”. The Lagos edition of the programme followed the successful hosting of a similar dialogue in Kano on 16th October, 2021.
It said in a statement by its Director of Public Affairs, Dr. Ikechukwu Adinde that the extension was due to challenges posed by air travels in recent times.