Cybersecurity in Ghana: Vigilance First

By Kayle Giroud

November 10, 2021

Highlighting the Cyber Intelligence and Security Aid Bureau (CISAB) Vigilance First Campaign for Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2021 in Ghana.

Cybersecurity News:

 We’ve seen it reported many times in the news this year already. Malicious cyber actors breach a company or government network and hold it for ransom, often     involving sensitive or personal information. Our new fact sheet helps to safeguard your data:

 The latest fact sheet, Protecting Sensitive and Personal Information from Ransomware-Caused Data Breaches, includes actions to adopt a heightened state of   awareness. If implemented, these actions can help reduce the risk to ransomware and protect sensitive and personal information in the event of a ransomware-caused   data breach.

 Read the latest fact sheet:

 To learn more about the growing threat of ransomware, log on, a centralized, whole-of-government webpage providing ransomware resources,   guidance, and alerts.

  Credit: CISA_USA.

Research & Programme Reports:

 Useful Download: 


Ghana's Cyber Security Act