We had the pleasure and honour of facilitating a training on Cybersecurity for the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related Offence Commission (ICPC).

This is quite timely as we join the rest of the world in marking the 20th edition of the Cybersecurity Awareness month, since the President of the United States and the Congress first declared October as the cybersecurity awareness month in 2004.

ICPC is Nigeria's anti-corruption agency, set up by the ICPC Act 2000. The Commission’s mandate rests in the investigation, prosecution, and prevention of offences of corruption. It includes the following:

1. Prosecution

2. Prevention of corruption through the review of lax operational systems in Ministries, Agencies, and Parastatals.

3. Education of the public against corruption.

4. Enlisting public support for the fight against corruption.


At Digital Footprints, we carry out corporate training services in specialist areas such as Cybersecurity, Computer Forensics, Mobile Forensics, Network Forensics, Incident Response, Data Recovery, Information Governance, and many more.

It's always a pleasure to support our Law Enforcement Agencies in building competencies in cybersecurity, digital forensics, and information governance. We thank the participants for making the sessions quite interesting and leadership of ICPC for the opportunity.


Thanks to our team that delivered this: Robinson Tombari Sibe, PhD, FNSE, CCISO, CCME, Eriba Williams (MSc,MCFI, CEH), Samuel A. Lambert, and Blossom U. Idigbo.


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