Nigeria orders lockdown in the capital Abuja

On March 29th, Nigerian’s president ordered a lockdown and curfew on both Lagos and Abuja cities in Nigeria. 

The Government decided the restriction of all movements for 14 days starting this Monday, March 30th at 10 PM, the decision ordered all businesses and offices to fully close during this period, the NCC included. 

Realtime confirmed the information with its agent, and we are yet to confirm if NCC staff will remotely work from home. 

On March 29th, Nigerian's president ordered a lockdown and curfew on both Lagos and Abuja cities in Nigeria. The Government decided the restriction of all movements for 14 days starting this Monday, March 30th at 10 PM, the decision ordered all businesses and offices to fully close during this period, the NCC included. Realtime confirmed the information with its agent, and we are yet to confirm if NCC staff will remotely work from home.

Nigeria – NCC Annual Cyber Security Conference 2020

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is organising the Annual Cyber Security Conference …

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is organising the Annual Cyber Security Conference with the theme: "Strengthening the Security and Resilience of the Nation’s Communications Infrastructure." This event is designed to provide a platform for discussion on Developing a joint coordination for Incidence Response for the Communications Industry, Introducing Cyber Insurance, Bridging the Cyber workforce Gap, strengthening National cooperation, exchange of information, and development of comprehensive strategies that will address the Cybersecurity challenges as they relate to the Communications Industry in Nigeria. Date of the Event: February 13th 2020 Website of the event: https://www.ncc.gov.ng/cybersec2020/