Cyber Security Ghana will in weeks time partners with a cyberspace and cyber security organization in the United Kingdom called Royal Academy to deal with cyber crimes.
According to the public relations officer for cyber Security Ghana, Mrs. Veronica Odunan, the UK firm has provided equipments to the cyber security outfit in Ghana here to set up cyber security labs to train people to tackle the activities of cybercrime culprit in the country.
The public relations officer also indicated that, they are partnering with some technical universities with the country to have a proper grounds for the implementations. Some of these universities include; Sunyani Technical University, Bolgatanga Technical University and the Cape Coast Technical University.
She further reiterated that this opportunity will offer job oriented skills and open up more opportunities for the youth to venture into. Since the unemployment amongst youth continues to increase, she said the offer will help them to be employable and even established on their own.
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