Delta3 to hold fourth cyber security workshop

Accra� Delta3, an Information Technology Security Firm, will hold its fourth Ghana cyber security workshop in Accra on February 20 to discuss risks associated with cyber security.

A statement issued by Mr Del Aden, the Managing Partner for Delta3, said: We live in a world where hackers want to break into your systems and they constantly target end-users.

It said with increased digitisation, the risks related to cyber security naturally grew but, unfortunately, organisations in Ghana were not immune to those risks, as such business leaders must take active steps to improve their organisation’s readiness to tackle those kinds of threats.

The statement said the threat landscape was complicated and constantly changing, hence organisations needed to consistently train their employees with the latest security vulnerabilities and how to recognise and avoid them.

It said since its inception last year, Delta3 had succeeded in training more than five hundred employees from various organisations in Ghana both in the public and private sectors.

The organisers have added two new workshops to the programme this year and they now plan to run at least one workshop per month on a rolling basis, starting with Cyber Awareness Workshop, Incident Response Workshop on March 20 and Data Protection/Business Continuity Workshop on April 19, it said.

The statement said this cycle would continue throughout the year, with at least one workshop running every month.

It said three workshops were for company employees and managers, from all departments regardless of their job roles such as Information Technology, Administration, Accounts, Human Resource, Legal, Operations and Audit.

It called on corporate Ghana to embrace these workshop initiatives by sending their employees to all the three and register them as soon as possible.

Source: Ghana News Agency

   

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