Cyber Security related NEWS
The Media benefits from a Cybercrime / Cybersecurity Workshop
The cybersecurity culture among Ghanaians is underwhelming considering the over-reliance of citizens, businesses and Governmental institutions on technology. The general awareness on cybercrime/cybersecurity issues which...
LEGISLATION ON CYBERSECURITY WILL ADDRESS WEAKNESSES IN OUR CYBERCRIME LAWS
The Minister of Communications, Mrs. Ursula Owusu-Ekuful has assured Ghanaians, that her outfit is assiduously working to ensure the necessary legislation on Cybersecurity is finalised and passed to further strengthen…
CYBERSECURITY FUND TO BE INTRODUCED IN 2019 BUDGET – FINANCE MINISTER, HON. KEN OFORI-ATTA
Finance minister, Ken Ofori-Atta has revealed that government would be introducing yet another fund- the Cyber Security Fund, as part of the 2019 budget, to ensure that there is enough funding...
CERT-Gh advisories & alerts disclose current reported cybersecurity vulnerabilities and threats identified. The advisories provide a summary of the threat analysed. Descriptions of the threat reported and mitigation procedures are provided as part of the advisory on how to mitigate the threats to minimise their impacts.
Website defacement is an attack on a website that changes the visual appearance of the site or webpage. It is similar to drawing graffiti on a wall, only it happens virtually as a kind of electronic graffiti and is a form of vandalism.Read More
This is a form of blackmail in which sexual information or images are used to extort sexual favors or cash from the victim. Social media and text messages are often the source of the sexual material and the threatened means of sharing it with others.Read More
WhatsApp Scam #1
Whatsapp Gold!! This is nothing but a trick used by scammers to install malware and viruses onto our phone or device. It’s an old trick, claiming that there is a secret update to WhatsApp that gave users enhanced features that could be shared around.Read More
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We approach our duties with seriousness and operate with high moral values in a well cordial working environment. Honesty is a value we hold in high esteem.
We inspire confidence among Ghanaians with our dependability by encouraging reporting of cyber incidents.
We value diverse views and perspectives exhibited by our multi-stakeholder engagements in decision making to build a robust cyber ecosystem.
We are committed to ensure that the cyber ecosystem of Ghana is protected for a Safer Digital Ghana.
We execute our mandate with professional competence. We take pride in the mission bestowed upon us to operate in a culture of trust and integrity with one another and the citizenry.