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The Lagos Zonal Office of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has been educating parents about their role regarding child online protection.

The Zonal Office was able to achieved this by organising a sensitisation exercise on cybersecurity and cybercrime in order to equip parents with relevant knowledge needed to protect themselves online while further cascading such knowledge to their children and younger ones who use the Internet.

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has been honoured with "Outstanding Partnership" award by the Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA).

The Association said it was gratified by the support, collaboration and partnership with the Commission and the great strides the Commission has accomplished as the national regulatory authority for telecommunication in Nigeria.

The Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, on Thursday (06/02/2020) reiterated its commitment to maintain an enabling environment for healthy competition among telecommunications operators.

The Commission said this was necessary to ensure the provision of qualitative and efficient services throughout the country in line with global best practices.

- Advocates greater cooperation between telecom and banking sectors.

The Executive Vice Chairman and Chief Executive (EVC/CE) of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Danbatta, has stated that telecommunications remains the best enabler in expanding the frontiers of financial inclusion in Nigeria.

- Sensitises secondary school students in FCT
- Set to take campaigns to 36 states.

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has, again, demonstrated its commitment to making sure that Nigerian children and youth are protected from cybercriminals and their antics, as it commenced a nationwide cybersecurity awareness campaign at a conference attended by students from 24 private and public secondary schools in Abuja.