Dimension Data Ghana Limited, a hybrid IT systems integrator & services management institution, has pitched its top-notch digital solutions and thought leadership ideas directly to top level industry CEOs and decision makers at the 5th CEO Summit.
As a gold sponsor, the forum provided the Dimension Data team with the opportunity to interact one on one with the over 400 topmost CEOs and dignitaries that participated in the two-day high-impact business leadership summit.
Dr. Bright Mawudor, Practice Lead, Security Services & Consulting, Dimension Data, in a presentation on the topic “C-Level engagement in building organizational cyber resilience in the COVID-19 era,” addressed the various ways senior management could get involved in building cyber resilience in their organizations with various tools and methodologies.
In addition, he did a live demonstration of the various methods hackers use to infiltrate organizations and discussed mitigation processes to be taken for business continuity as well as keeping business afloat in the cyber security world.
According to management of the Data Dimension, judging by the interest shown from many CEOs around their threat intelligence centre (TIC) solutions and other services, it is very optimistic that more collaborations and engagements will be forthcoming soon.
Management is therefore certain that Dimension Data LTD will continue to serve the people of Ghana in the days and years to come with best standard solutions to ensure the internet of things keeps increasing and the cyber space is resilient against attacks.
The global systems integrator that has been operating in the country since 2014, as Internet Solutions (IS) before rebranding to Dimension Data, has been expanding frontiers in the global technology space for decades, as well as the cybersecurity space that has been an area of serious concern in recent times.
The 5th CEO Summit was held on 17th and 18th May 2021 at the Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City in Accra with the theme “Digital Transformation: powering business and government reset for a post-pandemic economic resilience. A public-private sector dialogue.”