Gov’t appoints Albert Antwi-Boasiako as cyber security advisor

Albert Antwi Boasiako is a cyber security analyst[/caption] The Ministry of Communication has appointed Albert Antwi-Boasiko as a cyber security advisor as part of measures being undertaken to build a comprehensive cyber security management architecture for Ghana. In a statement announcing the appointment, the ministry indicated that the architecture aims at coordinating cyber security services and advise government with a point of contact for cyber security incidents. Mr. Antwi Boasiako, a known cyber security expert in the Interpol Global Cybercrime Expert Group (IGCEC) would oversee the implementation of the National Security Policy and Strategy (NCSPS). The statement further indicated that “the technology environment of today requires the urgent implementation of important cyber security activities and programs to address Ghana’s cyber security challenges and Mr. Antwi-Boasiko is expected to assist the ministry to implement the policy in this regard. By Martin Asiedu-Dartey||Ghana Twitter: @NewsonTV3  ]]>

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