DataLaws:leading Data Protection and Privacy consultancy in Africa Opens in Nigeria.




As the need for data protection,privacy and legislation grow in Nigeria,we recently got the information on the the establishment of DataLaws Nigeria Limited, a new breed Data Protection and Privacy consultancy.

DataLaws provides consultancy advice, training and capacity building in the areas of Data Protection and Privacy with the focus of leading Data Protection and Privacy consultancy in Africa.led by F.Franklin Akinsuyi who has over 16 years hands on consultancy experience providing advice to global organisations in the areas of Data

Protection, Privacy and Information Security,He said” DataLaws has been established in Nigeria to raise awareness of the need for Nigeria to implement regimes to protect its citizens data as well assisting in providing advice on how Nigeria can achieve new revenue streams by establishing frameworks for participating in the lucrative outsourcing industry.DataLaws knows that It is time for Nigeria to tap into this opportunity by getting its foundations right this includes implementing an appropriate Data Protection and Privacy regime from the ground up. This will involve training the up and coming generation on the need to protect their personal information”.He also added that DataLaws sees the need for implementing Data Protection and Privacy legislation as an important stake in the ground to achieve this aim.Data protection and privacy legislation are as important as cybercrime legislations and both work in parallel to reduce cybercrime activity by setting out ground rules for engagement.


Franklin Akinsuyi,Founding Partner DataLaws

Franklin who has written several articles on Data laws, strongly believes from his experience in providing advice to global organisations who have had to prepare their environments to current and more stringent upcoming data protection and privacy legislations that Nigerians needs to understand the impact of outsourcing Nigerian citizens data outside of the country.Technologies such as Big Data, Outsourcing and Cloud Computing can have serious and devastating negative effects that can compromise Nigeria’s National Security if not managed correctly.

“Let me point out that without proper data protection and privacy laws we cant even begin to look at outsourcing on a large scale. As it stands right now, there are National security issues at stake as we do not know where and who has access to important individuals personal information”said Mr Akinsuyi during our discussion.

Kenneth Omeruo
Omeruo Ndukaku Kenneth is an Innovation Management expert,the CEO of Emerging Media,a new media company.He is a member of ISPIM - International Society for Professional Innovation Management and the US-Africa chamber of Commerce.He is the Founder of TechTrends Nigeria Blog,Nigeria Innovation Summit and the African Innovation Academy.Kenneth is a highly sought-after Internet Marketing Consultant who has through his seminars, articles, training and consulting, helped many organizations, Individuals, Businesses maximize the Internet for business purposes.Kenneth has also being featured as a guest on the TV show TODAY ON STV Nigeria and on Bloomberg Africa TV.He is the author of the best –selling Internet Book: How To Create Unlimited Internet Wealth. He is a syndicated columnist with the following Newspapers in Nigeria: Daily Independent, Financial Standard, PUNCH, BusinessDay, and Sun.Kenneth organises the EduNet Conference for Universities in Nigeria. Kenneth is a member of Institute of Software Practitioners of Nigeria( ISPON ) Roundtable For Capacity Development in Nigeria,member pre-selection committee for Nigeria at the UN World Summit Awards,a Panelist for Youth Enterprise With Innovation in Nigeria(YouWIN)-a Federal government initiative created by the ministry of finance,supported by ministries of Communications Technology,Youth Development,Worldbank and DFID. A 2013 Judge at the Google Cloud Developers Challenge for Sub Saharan Africa.He has been a contributing editor of Nigeria Communications Week,Africa Telecom and IT Business Magazine,ICT Today magazine,M2 magazine.Kenneth has been invited to the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation Forum, Oracle Open World Conference USA, Oracle Cloud World Dubai, and GITEX Dubai. He now lives in New York with his family and presently working on an Open Innovation project for Nigeria. You can contact Kenneth through email: (kenneth (at)techtrendsng.com) Facebook:www.facebook.com/Kenneth.omeruo On Twitter:www.twitter.com/kennethomeruo Skpe:Kenneth.Omeruo

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