Dr. Bright Mawudor and Dimension Data Ghana Account managers interacting with representatives from Silver Star Auto Ltd at the Dimension Data stand during the summit.
BRIGHT Mawudor, Practice Lead, Managed Security Services & Consulting – Dimension Data MEA, has called on business organisations to invest in building cyber resilience to help defy the numerous challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic.
He said organisations could do this by employing various tools and methodologies.
Speaking on the topic ‘C-Level Engagement in Building Organisational Cyber Resilience in The Covid-19 Era’ at the 5th CEO Summit held recently at the Kempinski Hotel in Accra, he demonstrated the various methods that hackers use to infiltrate organisations and discussed mitigation processes to be taken for business continuity as well as keeping businesses afloat in the Cyber Security world.
The high-impact business leadership summit for over 400 topmost CEOs and dignitaries was themed “Digital Transformation: Powering Business and Government Reset for a Post-Pandemic Economic Resilience. A Public-Private Sector Dialogue.”
The forum provided Dimension Data team the opportunity to interact on a one-on-one basis with the participants and to pitch directly to the CEOs and the decision makers, thereby allowing the team to showcase their thought leadership in the digital space.
Dimension Data Ghana, a gold sponsor at the summit, has been a force in the industry for almost two decades now, directing and expanding frontiers in the global technology space, as well as the cybersecurity and intelligence systems integrations.
Dr. Mawudor has therefore called on CEOs to contact Dimension Data Ltd to stay efficient and effective in their quest to keep their ‘heads above water’.