Cyber crime : e-Crime Bureau receives recognition at Ghana e-Commerce Awards

Albert Antwi-Boasiako, the founder of e-Crime Bureau, has been awarded for the massive role he’s played in helping fight cyber crime in Ghana.

Albert Antwi-Boasiako, the founder of e-Crime Bureau, has been awarded for the massive role he’s played in helping fight cyber crime in Ghana.

He was awarded the Outstanding Contributor to Fighting Cyber Fraud in the country at the maiden edition of the Ghana e-Commerce Awards.

According to the organizers, Occupational Management Limited Africa, the award is in recognition of Mr Antwi-Boasiako’s work toward combating cyber fraud in Ghana and the West African sub region for the past eight years.

Expressing his delight in a statement, Mr Antwi-Boasiako extended his gratitude to the e-Crime Bureau team who he acknowledged as the foundation of the firm’s pioneering work in Ghana, together with other stakeholders from the private sector, and also to his colleagues at the National Cyber Security Centre for their continued support.
He further added, “I wish to take this opportunity to call on all stakeholders to support the work of the Ministry of Communications, the National Cyber Security Technical Working Group (NCSTWG) and the National Cyber Security Inter-Ministerial Advisory Council (NCSIAC) in improving our national response to cybercrimes.”

E-Crime Bureau is a leading cyber security and digital forensics firm in Ghana, and an industry leader in West Africa in the areas of intelligence, investigations and related services, among others. The firm was adjudged the ‘Cyber Security Company of the Year’ at the 2018 GITTA Awards.

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