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Cybersecurity Act Passed to Promote & Regulate Cybersecurity Activities
Parliament has passed the landmark Cybersecurity Act 2020. The Law establishes the Cyber Security Authority, protects the critical information infrastructure of the country, regulates cybersecurity activities, provides for the protection of children on the internet and develops Ghana’s cybersecurity ecosystem.
Fake Audio Circulating on Social Media
The attention of the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has been drawn to an audio circulating on social media purporting to be a news report from an international news outlet suggesting that a Ghana Government official has been caught laundering cash into the UK.
Ghanaians Needs to be Privacy-Conscious – National Cyber Security Centre
Dr. Albert Antwi- Boasiako, Head of the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) says the attitude of Ghanaians towards exposure of personal information is a major contributing factor to the increasing breach of privacy in the country.
National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and CID Nab Empressleak Operator
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) of the Ministry of Communications, in collaboration with the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service and the National Cyber Security Technical Working Group, have nabbed the administrator of the notorious website, empress leak...
GLACY+: Inter-Ministerial Round Table on cyber security and cybercrime in West Africa, Ghana an ECOWAS best practice
An Inter-Ministerial Round Table on cyber security and cybercrime in West Africa was held in Accra , Ghana, as high-level event of the Climax Week of the National...
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...
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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.
Alert Regarding Vulnerability (CVE-2019-19781) in Citrix Products
CERT-GH confirmed that information including Proof-of-Concept code about a vulnerability
(CVE-2019-19781) in Citrix Application Delivery Controller and Citrix Gateway has been
made public. A remote attacker leveraging this vulnerability may execute arbitrary code.
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