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Strategies for a safe cyberspace by olusegun h olugbile executive director program project dev segun cybersolutionafrica org

Strategies for a Safe Cyberspace

By

Olusegun H. Olugbile

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR-Program & Project Dev

[email protected]

GLOBAL NETWORK FOR CYBERSOLUTION LTD/Gte

-Anti-Cybercrime Advocacy  & Cybersecurity Solution Organization

(Promoting a Secure Cyberspace and Digital Economy in Africa )

Corporate Officer Olujinmi Chamber Floor 5th Floor, Nicon Insurance Plaza, Abuja F.CT Nigeria, West Africa Tel: +234 (0) 9-7801555, Fax: +234 (0) 9-4619142 Mobile: +234 (0) 802-087-1900, 08037017537 E-mail: [email protected] Website: www.cybersolutionafrica.org

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Strategies for a safe cyberspace by olusegun h olugbile executive director program project dev segun cybersolutionafrica org

  • Introdution…

  • The Paper Presentation objectives

  • To offer suggestions on initiatives, innovationsand strategies that can be considered and adopted for common benefit of the Nation

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Strategies for a safe cyberspace by olusegun h olugbile executive director program project dev segun cybersolutionafrica org

What is Cyberspace

A virtual reality creation of information and Communication technology infrastructures that offers virtual capabilities to communicate, interact, exchange ideas, share information, provide social support, conduct business, direct actions, create artistic media, play games, engage in political discussion, and so on. such as the internet, computer systems, integrated communication devices , system control networks and embedded processors and controllers common to global control and communications.

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Strategies for a safe cyberspace by olusegun h olugbile executive director program project dev segun cybersolutionafrica org

The Glimpse of Nigeria Cyberspace Profile

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Strategies for a safe cyberspace by olusegun h olugbile executive director program project dev segun cybersolutionafrica org

  • The Goodnews…

  • As at dec. 2009 Nigeria is the largest user of internet in Africa in terms of the following parameters as released by U.S. Census Bureau;

  • Internet User latest Data (23,982,200)

  • Internet penetration 16.1% as compare to our 150millon population

  • Internet users growth of 11.891% as compared to Dec 2000 internet user growth statistic

  • 27.8% internet user in Africa as compared to other African country, which qualifies us as the largest internet users in Africa

  • But while the potential for good is undisputed, it has also raised new and disturbing issues, especially where youths and children are concerned

NICOP Initiative Developed By Global Network for Cybersolution


Strategies for a safe cyberspace by olusegun h olugbile executive director program project dev segun cybersolutionafrica org

Why A Safe Cyberspace?

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Strategies for a safe cyberspace by olusegun h olugbile executive director program project dev segun cybersolutionafrica org

We are in 21st century. An era of electronic economy revolution.

Nigeria is a member of cyber-ecosystem.

The National Vision is anchored, via ICT, on full participation in cyber ecosystem

The cyber ecosystem is now global domain for economy, trade, commerce, and is deeply rooted in aggressive socio-economic interactions and unprecedented competitions for dominance in business and politics.

Our daily e-interactions and e-socioeconomic activities are growing on cyberspace. This is reflected in our Internet Presence density, telecom density, evolving e-public services delivery, e-registration, e-payment banking and so on.

It is a well known fact that ICT is becoming driving force for Nigeria’s economic growth as well as a special delivery vehicle for vision 202020.

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Strategies for a safe cyberspace by olusegun h olugbile executive director program project dev segun cybersolutionafrica org

What Are at Risks?

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Strategies for a safe cyberspace by olusegun h olugbile executive director program project dev segun cybersolutionafrica org

  • Three (3) most critical aspect of our national life are at risks. These include:

  • Economy

  • Governance, and

  • Nation’s young population (i.e young people, youth and children bracket).

  • Our nation’s nascent economic and democratic institutions, international status, security and the future of new generation of Nigerians most especially children and youths will greatly depend on the strength of our country capacity to provide safety, protection, and regulation of our cyberspace. Porous cyberspace dilutes our nation investment in business, education and innovation, enhanced large scale channel for global manipulation and digital corruption, erode our dignity and ability to respond and manage cybercrisis emergency.

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Strategies for a safe cyberspace by olusegun h olugbile executive director program project dev segun cybersolutionafrica org

  • The Possible National Consequences Of A Vulnerable, Insecure or Unsafe Cyberspace

  • 1. National Economy catastrophe— e.g a cyberattack on aviation industry infrastructures, could result in thousands of deaths and billions of Naira of damage in property within a very short time and paralyzed nation economy.

  • 2. Sociopoliticalinsecurity.- For example unguarded online forum and social-networkingbecome platform for intended propaganda against individuals, business or government.

  • 3. Loss of interest in ICT : insecurity will breeds Inhibition in ICT in the country resulting to a self-denial of the ICT benefits which is require for the national vision and national security.

  • 4. The most terrifying consequences is malicious exploitation, cyberabuse, and cybercriminal recruitment of underaged, Youth, Women and children on the internet through unregulated online activities, unguarded internet access and operation, which will be exploited by cyber-predators and cybercriminals underground syndicate worldwide.

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Global scenario with focus on child online vulnerability

Global Scenario with focus On Child Online Vulnerability

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Strategies for a safe cyberspace by olusegun h olugbile executive director program project dev segun cybersolutionafrica org

  • Staggering Global report from Global Cybersecurity Agenda Team of ITU and cybercrime statistic center, exposed the faces of new generation of risks our children are exposed to:

  • Online Pornography:(The worst of it all. Use for our case study in this presentation)

  • Online Violence

  • Cybercriminal recruitment

  • Online Gaming & Addiction

  • Online Fraud

  • Cyber-bullying

  • Online Racism

  • Cyber-impersonation

  • Online Kidnapping : this growing daily with personal experience.

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Strategies for a safe cyberspace by olusegun h olugbile executive director program project dev segun cybersolutionafrica org

NICOP Initiative Developed By Global Network for Cybersolution


Strategies for a safe cyberspace by olusegun h olugbile executive director program project dev segun cybersolutionafrica org

NICOP Initiative Developed By Global Network for Cybersolution


Strategies for a safe cyberspace by olusegun h olugbile executive director program project dev segun cybersolutionafrica org

Following is a summary listing of Interpol Member Countries and the status of their child pornography legislation and Child Protection status as released by the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC)

Unfortunately, the report concluded that 28 few of the world’s countries have legislation in place that is sufficient to combat child pornography on some level.

NICOP Initiative Developed By Global Network for Cybersolution


Strategies for a safe cyberspace by olusegun h olugbile executive director program project dev segun cybersolutionafrica org

Most unfortunate Local Impact of Unsafe Cybersafe in Nigeria.

“Cyber porno-predators are invisibly recruiting our young people in campuses, secondary schools, public and private institutions employees are falling victims for instant monetary gain. For instance, some campuses (students) at the Nation’s higher institutions get involved in extremely immoral hetero & homosexual acts perpetuated through internet video, they perform the acts themselves even with animals, package it and send via internet to porno-merchants who In return pay undisclosed amount”Confidential source from local campus

NICOP Initiative Developed By Global Network for Cybersolution


Strategies for a safe cyberspace by olusegun h olugbile executive director program project dev segun cybersolutionafrica org

WHAT CAN WE DO?

NICOP Initiative Developed By Global Network for Cybersolution


Strategies for a safe cyberspace by olusegun h olugbile executive director program project dev segun cybersolutionafrica org

  • Determination of National Vulnerability Status statistic to determine actual level of vulnerability

  • Creation of Coaliation of Core Stakeholders to facilitate creation and adoption of common criteria in the implementation of CERT – Public & Private Sectors, Academia, Industry, Professional bodies, Core NGOs

  • Intensify political leaders involvement on Cybersecurity Readiness (Policy) and Response (Implementation)

  • Cybersecurity Capacity Building

  • Support for local advocacy drivers

  • Cybersecurity Vs Financial Crime –Change Our Perception

  • Domesticate Internet Content Governance

  • Blocking what’s going out or coming in?


Strategies for a safe cyberspace by olusegun h olugbile executive director program project dev segun cybersolutionafrica org

  • Unified National Cybersecurity Policy:There must be a renewable national statement of policy on safety and security of our engagement in cyberspace.

  • Action Plan - New Coalition of core stakeholders.

  • 2. Cybersecurity and Cyberspace Governance bill. This will require the Executive and lawmaker’s strategic understanding and cooperation for its actualization. This law that will translate Nigeria well articulated local National cybersecurity policy into action plan for the country. The law will protect and safe-guard Nigerian people, economy and socio-political institutions and interactions within the global domain of cyberspace. It will provided foundation for the digital Nigeria to operate seamlessly and compete favorably and competitively in the cyberspace.

  • 3. Local Capacity in Cybersecurity : Our ability to protect ourselves and to resist exploitation of our vulnerability is ultimately depend on our diverse youth and young people that have found new way of life in cybercrime and cybersecurity. Cybersecurity Must Attractive to our youth.

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Strategies for a safe cyberspace by olusegun h olugbile executive director program project dev segun cybersolutionafrica org

  • 4. Setting up of Mandatory Local Internet Content Governance Infrastructure:

  • Government MUST set up National Internet Content Filtering Gateway to protect Nigerian youths and local Internet consumers Community. The innovation is expected to provide enforceable national internet content filtering requirement for ISPs, telecom companies, and provide Nigerian Internet community with standardized Computer and mobile phone base internet filtering gateway policy with active participation of all on internet users in the country. E.g EFCC-Microsoft wrong approach

  • 5. Nigerian Child Online Protection (NICOP):

  • Nigerian Child Online Protection Policy is a fundamental e-crime Prevention Strategy in 21stCentury as captured by ITU. Our children and young people are our future. They need to guided and directed appropriate to exploit the limitless advantages cyberspace offers. Universally, they are the greatest assets and users of internet. This universal fact, coupled with Nigeria young people’s vulnerability in cyberspace environment, made a specialized initiative such as NICOP within the larger NCC mandate a necessity.

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Strategies for a safe cyberspace by olusegun h olugbile executive director program project dev segun cybersolutionafrica org

  • To effectively actualized NICOP, there is need for technical working group that will develop local guidelineswhich must capture primary interest of Children, parent, industry, policy maker and law enforcement agencies, as well as implementation roadmap strategy for the country.

  • After development of local guideline and roadmap, further Inputs and contributions from following stakeholders must be sought for from a larger National stakeholders gathering .

  • Government agencies (Ministry of Youth/Women, NBC, NITDA etc)

  • Law enforcement (Police, EFFC)

  • Social services organizations (BON,Media)

  • Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and other Electronic Service Providers

  • All Mobile/Cellular phone network providers

  • National Union of Teacher organization

  • National Parent organizations

  • Children and young people Community ( School, Campuses)

  • Child protection and relevant youth NGOs

  • Professional ICT Bodies, (ATCON, ING, BON, NUJ, ITAN, CPN, ISPoN etc)

  • Academic and research community

  • Operators of Internet cafés and other public access providers e.g. libraries, telecentres, PC, Network Operating Center

  • Faith based groups etc.


Strategies for a safe cyberspace by olusegun h olugbile executive director program project dev segun cybersolutionafrica org

Thank you.

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