Jidaw Systems
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International Conference on Computer Security and Cybercrime in Africa (March 28 -30, 2006)

Venue: HBF Conference hall, 9B, Omo Osagie street

Off Okotie-Eboh, SW IKOYI, Lagos.

 

Time : 9am - 5pm Daily

Shaping the future of Information Security in Africa  

Development Information Network (DevNet); Jidaw Systems Limited, Infopoint Enterprises and Legal Defense Centre, all Nigerian based organizations are collaborating to bring this conference together for the very first time in Africa.

Background: The emergent information society is predicated on a sound platform of information and communications technology, most especially anchored on the very critical role of the Internet both as a tool and as a platform for delivering various e-services such as e-commerce, e-banking, e-government amongst many others. 

 

DRAFT PROGRAMME OF EVENTS

DAY ONE: 28th March 2006

8.00am - 9..30am Registration

9.30am - 9.45am Welcome & Opening Remarks

9.45am - 10.00am Chairman's Opening Address

 

10.00am - 1.30pm Session One Theme : The Future of Information Security in Africa

Keynote Speech

   1. MD, CELLCOMM, Lagos.

Lead Papers:

   2. Dr (Mrs).Nike Osofisan, President,  Computer Professionals Council of Nigeria (CPN).

   3. Mr Lanre Ajayi, President, Nigeria Internet Group, Lagos.

 

11.30am -11.45am Tea break

 

Lead Papers:

   4. Dr. Martin Ikpehai, Computer Audit Control and Security Associates Limited, Lagos 

   5. A Framework for Cybercrime Monitoring and Control in Nigeria: Issues, Model Formulation and Policy Options. by O.M. Awoleye and Willie Siyanbola. NACETEM,OAU, Ile-Ife.

 

Panel Discussions, Questions and Answers

Product Demonstration / Exhibition- MWEB Nigeria.

 

1.00pm - 2.00pm LUNCH

2.00pm - 5.00pm Session Two  Theme : Law, Investigations, Cybercrime and Ethics.

 

Lead Papers:

1. The Draft National Computer Crime Bill - Lead Discussant Barrister Basil Ugochukwu

2. A Review of the Computer Security Report 2005: A Case for Nigeria - CSI - Bankole Olubamise, DevNet

 

DAY TWO: 29th March 2006

9.00am -10.00am Registration & Welcome

10.00am - 1.30pm Session THREE. Theme: Africa and the Global Emergent Information Society

 

Lead Papers 

1. Building for Global Competitiveness: Information Security challenges and solutions for West Africa:   Speaker: Isaac Rockson II, Multimedia & Content Manager, AITI-KACE, Accra, Ghana.

2. Building Global Competitiveness through Computer Security Education- Awareness, Training and        Certification. Speaker Jide Awe, MD, Jidaw.com  

3. Paper by George Orie

4. Paper by Esele Ojeabulu

Panel Discussions, Questions and Answers

Product Demonstration / Exhibition

 

1.30pm -2.30pm  LUNCH

2.30pm - 5.00pm             Session FOUR. Theme: Policy and Strategies for Improving Computer Security

 

                                   1. Fighting internal crimes before it happens by APATA. MUKAILA, Computer Audit Consultant.

                                    2a. African Society for Information and Computer Security  (ASICS)- Proposal

                                    b. African Computer Security Institute - A Proposal

                                    c. Nigerian Society for Information Security (NSIS) - A Proposal

                                    3. Security Information Management: Global Best Practices

 

DAY THREE:  30th March 2006

 

9.00am -10.00am Registration & Welcome

10.00am - 1.30pm Theme : Identity theft, Civil Liberties and the Future of Internet Security.

The Way Forward Cyber-Security in Africa.

 

(SPECIAL OFFER of N15,000 REGISTRATION FEE FOR 

THE FIRST 10 PARTICIPANTS to REGISTER)  



Do you want to be part of current and future Information security developments in Africa ? You MUST learn how to tackle the key technology issues that will affect you, your business and your society. You MUST attend this event. 

Register NOW for the Information Security conference because it is a must-attend event for anyone who requires critical knowledge and insights into the latest technology, tools and strategies in Information Security.

Note that registration and commitments can only be done on first come, first served basis. Register and confirm your place AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.  

You must please arrange with us as soon as possible. Unfortunately no exceptions will be made without prior arrangements.  

You can also make contact to negotiate for payment of deposits and installments.

Registration and Payment for participants outside Lagos and International participants, please click this link to send your details and we will get in touch.

  

For further enquiries please contact:
Tel: 07052509148, 08035007778, 01-7940562, 01- 8958064.

DevNet & INFOPOINT
7, Adesoye Street , Mende , Maryland , Lagos , Nigeria .
E-Mail: devnet@devnetnigeria.org; infopointng@yahoo.com 
Tel: 234-1-7938327; 08062374707

 


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