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We are excited to announce the release of the International Comparative Legal Guide (2024) on Cybersecuritypublished by the Global Legal Group

Our law firm is delighted to have contributed to this comprehensive guide alongside esteemed professionals in the field. This publication covers key insights and analysis on cybercrimes, cybersecurity laws, preventing attacks, corporate governance, and investigatory and police powers within the Nigeria legal landscape, offering valuable perspectives and strategies for navigating this area of law in Nigeria. 

We appreciate our dedicated team of contributors whose expertise and insights have enriched this guide:  

  1. John Chike Onyido, Partner and Head, IP & Technology Department. 
  2. Sandra Eke, Associate and Data Protection Officer, IP & Technology Department. 
  3. Franklin Mark-Okoro, Associate, IP & Technology Department. 
  4. Maryam Abdulsalam, Associate, IP & Technology Department.  

You can access the publication here: 

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