1. Gistlover Blog Operators Nabbed in Police Raid for Cyberstalking, Blackmail, and More

    Nigeria Gistlover Blog Operators Nabbed in Police Raid for Cyberstalking, Blackmail, and More

    The National Cybercrime Center of the Nigeria Police Force has apprehended three individuals allegedly behind the notorious microblogging platform, Gistlover. The suspects, identified as Adebukola Kolapo, Nnedum Micheal Somtomchukwu, and Isaac Akpokighe, were taken into custody for their...
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    Digital How to Avoid Being a Victim of Online Fraud – TechMoran
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    World FBI Releases Names of 79 Most Wanted Cyber Criminals Including 6 Nigerians
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    Metro Cybercrimes: FBI gives award of excellence to Magu, 15 detectives – The nation Get More Nigeria Metro News
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    Digital Here are the biggest cybercrime trends of 2019 – World Economic Forum

    Cybercriminals are using more advanced and scalable tools to breach user privacy, and they are getting results. Two billion data records were compromised in 2017, and more than 4.5 billion records were breached in the first half of 2018 alone. Here are the most pressing cybersecurity issues in …...
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    Poland set to extradite Nigerian to US for $7m cybercrime – Vanguard News

    A yet-to-be identified 27 year-old Nigerian is awaiting extradition by Poland to the United States over an estimated $7m cybercrime. The Nigerian was arrested by Poland’s police in the southwestern city of Wroclaw in connection with alleged cyberfraud and extortion done over the internet. The...
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    Metro EFCC Arrest Cyber Fraudster Posing as Nigerian Governor

    The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC has arraigned one Sabo Sani Labaran before Justice Abubakar Jauro of the Gombe State High Court for impersonation and defrauding to the tune of N242,000. PM News reports that the offence is contrary to Section 1 sub-section 1(a) of the...
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    Metro Why UK Is Prosecuting War Against Cybercrime in Nigeria

    The British High Commissioner, Paul Arkwright, says one of UK’s key objective for Nigeria this year is to support the ongoing campaign against Cybercrime to reduce the number of UK citizens and businesses falling victim to fraud and cyber crime originating in Nigeria. Arkwright disclosed this...
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    Metro Nigeria Lost N6.2 Bn to Cyber Crimes In 2014

    In 2014, Nigeria lost about 6.2 billion to cyber crimes, according to an official. Ibrahim Shazali, an official of the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC), Bank Section disclosed this at the ongoing Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) workshop for financial journalists in...