17 July 2017

Nigeria: Digital Encode Bags Information Technology Security Innovation Awards

Digital Encode, an Information Security Management and Compliance Advisory company, has won three awards from two different groups in separate events for its professionalism and innovation in information security.

Digital Encode emerged winner as the Best Information Security Management Consultancy in West Africa & Excellence Award for Security Assessments 2017 from a United Kingdom group, Corporate Vision, during its 2017 Technology Innovator Awards. More so, Digital Encode at this year's Beacon of ICT Awards organized by Nigeria CommunicationsWeek, won Cybersecurity Company of the Year and Compliance Advisory Company of the Year.

The two organizations said in their statements conferring the awards, that Digital Encode won through a combination of votes gathered from their network of respected industry partners and their own rigorous in-house research, performed by dedicated network of industry insiders and corporate specialists.

Oluseyi Akindeinde, chief technical officer, Digital Encode, expresses delight over the honour given to his company which has distinguished itself in the business of information security in Nigeria and beyond.

"It is perhaps a further reflection of our overall quality of service. You only need to check the trending topics in the media these days to see that cyber hacks are happening at alarming rates. We are quite delighted that not a single one of our clients have been affected. The honour definitely means a lot to us," he said.

He added that Digital Encode assists corporations and businesses achieve compliance to global cyber security standards.

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