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Cybersecurity Training: Persons with Disabilities salute ANTIC for inclusion

By Shey Godbless  Persons living with Disabilities (PWDs) who attended the three day capacity building seminar for Regional and Divisional Delegates as well as personnel of state agencies in the North West Region recently organised by the National Agency for Information and Communication Technologies (ANTIC) have described the seminar as successful while expressing the wish for more.  The PWDs have noted that it was not just the inclusive nature of the seminar that made them happy, but also the outcome per their positions in society which is often neglected by many seminar organizers in the country.   According to Ngum Veronica who is a leader of a group of women living with disabilities, the three days were life transforming for people living with disabilities as far as the subject matter was concerned. She indicated that people living with disabilities had enormous challenges in accessing the internet and generally the digital world based on the diversification of their d

Securing National Cyberspace: ANTIC recounts landmark achievements including closure of over 3300 fake Facebook accounts

By Bakah Derick The National Agency for Information and Communication Technologies (ANTIC) has presented what can be considered landmark achievements in the institution's mission of securing the national cyberspace. While speaking at the opening of a three-day serminar on cybersecurity and the fight against cybercrime for secondary school and university teachers in the North-West (NW) Region, Ngwang Yufenyuy Landry, ANTIC Regional Branch Manager for the NW presented several activities aimed at combating personal data and privacy related cybercrimes.  Ngwang Yufenyuy Landry, North-West Regional Manager ANTIC  According to the  Manager, "approximately 68 000 vulnerabilities inherent in the information systems of audited organisations have been identified and recommendations formulated to correct them before they get exploited by cybercriminals."  With over 4200 fake Facebook accounts used to scam uninformed citizens identified since 2019, Ngwang Landry told the