Jeremiah Peter

Jeremiah Osigbemhe Peter is a trailblazer in the realm of Cybersecurity Engineering, holding the positions of Founder and Director of Information Security at Presence Secure. Hailing from Nigeria, he's renowned as a distinguished African leader, renowned for his collaboration with prestigious international NGOs, including the esteemed CSAAE (Center for Social Awareness, Advocacy, and Ethics). Jeremiah's passion for cybersecurity extends beyond his professional realm; he educates the public through engaging radio programs, enhancing awareness across communities. Jeremiah embarked on his professional journey as a Network Engineer at Galaxy Backbone Limited, establishing himself as a registered engineer recognized by the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria. His academic prowess includes an MBA with specialization in Cybersecurity from Nexford University, further solidifying his expertise. Moreover, Jeremiah's corporate memberships in the Nigerian Society of Engineers (MNSE) and the Nigerian Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers (MNIEEE) underscore his commitment to Information and Communications Technology Engineering and Project Management. He actively contributes to various initiatives, driving innovation and progress in the field. Beyond his role at Presence Secure, Jeremiah assumes pivotal positions as the Head of ICT and ICT Consultant for government and private entities in Nigeria. His dedication to advancing Nigerian institutions is evident through his provision of invaluable Institutional and Organizational Technical Assistance. Notably, Jeremiah played a significant role in the success of the National Identity Number (NIN) initiative led by the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC), demonstrating his technical prowess and strategic acumen. Jeremiah's passion for cybersecurity transcends professional boundaries; he's an avid researcher and writer, constantly expanding his knowledge in the realm of information security. Outside of work, he finds joy in exploring new destinations, immersing himself in diverse cultures, and embracing the wonders of the natural world through hiking and wildlife observation. However, Jeremiah's greatest joy comes from spending quality time with his family, cherishing moments filled with laughter, love, and meaningful connections.

Breaking Down Nigeria's Cybercrimes Act 2024 Who Pays the 0.5% Cybersecurity Levy

Breaking Down Nigeria’s Cybercrimes Act 2024: Who Pays the 0.5% Cybersecurity Levy?

In today’s interconnected world, cybersecurity is no longer just a concern for governments and businesses—it’s a responsibility shared by individuals, corporations, and governments alike. This underscores the necessity of the Cybercrime (Prohibition, Prevention, etc.) (Amendment) Act 2024.

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Building a Cyber-Resilient Organization Strategies for Effective Incident Response

Building a Cyber-Resilient Organization: Strategies for Effective Incident Response

In today’s interconnected digital landscape, strategies necessary for organizations to develop an effective incident response plan and thereby enhance their overall cyber resilience is topmost. The threat of cyberattacks looms larger than ever before, organizations of all sizes and industries are constantly at risk of falling victim to malicious cyber activities that can cause significant

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SELF-DRIVING VEHICLES IN THE ERA OF CYBERSECURITY

Self-Driving Vehicles in the Era of Cybersecurity

Like social media connecting people, self-driving vehicles seek to connect cars using real-time data from multiple resources with smartphone operating system and telecommunication network operating standards to make decisions for smooth driving on the road. While this technology has the potential to revolutionize transportation and improve road safety, it also poses significant cybersecurity challenges, therefore

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Cybersecurity Implications for the Electoral Amendment Bill and 2023 General Elections in Nigeria

Cybersecurity Implications for the Electoral Amendment Bill and 2023 General Elections in Nigeria

The election period is not always pretty to all, whether for the presidential election, gubernatorial election, senatorial election, or even the local government representative election. Election challenges range from hired thugs who move from one polling unit to the other snatching ballot boxes, to fake ballot papers, and of course, fake votes, and then to violent

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metaverse

THE METAVERSE: The future digital economy of new possibilities and threats

The human desire to advance and break new barriers is unsearchable, which affects the way we live now and in the future. The metaverse is the future of the Internet, an Internet with almost the five senses. The technology is still at its infant stage, with lots of research ongoing and so many pieces unknown.

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CYBERSECURITY AND FOOD SECURITY IN NIGERIA

Various regimes of government in Nigeria, both at the federal, state, and local levels, have explored models and measures to ensure food security in the country, realities on ground have left much to be desired; a school of thought has it that, perhaps sabotage in ICT, in a way of cyber offences in areas pertaining to the agricultural industry, have not been systemically investigated.

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