Global Accelerex is renowned for its pedigree in innovation, world-class technology and excellent customer service, and is committed to providing cutting-edge electronic payment solutions that evolve with the needs of the customers.
The keynote speakers in this meeting are Mr. Tahmeed Rab – the co-founder and Managing Partner of Kaizen Solutions Group, Baltimore, United States and Mr. Peter Obadare – the co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Digital Encode. “We applaud the effort of the Nigerian government in combating cybercrime. It is absolutely critical that we support security operations , so that Nigerians can use the internet freely – which is why this training is vital”, stated Stanley Peters – the Chief Technology Officer of Global Accelerex.
He added that continuous training is critical to stay ahead of criminals, even as he revealed that that attendees have shown a high level of enthusiasm at this unique opportunity. The National Security Adviser commends the initiative by Global Accelerex, saying that the move will definitely impact positively on the officers and the nation in general.
Others are National Intelligence Agency (NIA) and the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Defence Intelligence Agency and Nigerian Customs Service. The forum will host more than 30 participants including officials of the Nigerian Police, Nigerian Armed Forces, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Independent Corrupt Practices Commission and State Security Service.
This collaboration, being the first of its kind in the e-payment industry, was borne out of the company’s desire to rid the nation of cyber criminals, who continue to bring the country’s name into disrepute. The event will hold on July 25, 2018 at Ladi Kwali Conference Center, Sheraton Hotel, Abuja. As part of its Corporate Social Responsibility Program, Global Accelerex Limited is set to train members of Nigeria’s security agencies on cybercrime.