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Top 5 Reasons to Attend Nigeria Computer Society S3N2022 Conference – TechEconomy.ng

The Nigeria Computer Society (NCS) International Conference, the 2022 Edition (S3N2022), is scheduled to be held from Tuesday, August 2 to Thursday, August 4, 2022 at the June 12 Cultural Center, Abeokuta, Ogun State.

Theme: ‘Smart, secure and sustainable nation (S3N 2022′).

According to Professor Adesina Sodiya, Chairman of NCS, the theme has been carefully chosen to provide the necessary technological support for the government’s efforts and vision in this modern society.

Gd: Iyiola Ayoola, executive secretary; Teacher. Adesina Sodiya, President and Dr. Charles Chijioke ONYEUKWU Chairman of FNCS, Ethics and Disciplinary Committee, All Nigeria Computer Society during a press briefing ahead of the NCS 2022 International Conference tagged S2N

In his words: “The emergence of connected cities and data-driven nations is facilitating global planning and decision-making. Different studies have ranked Africa at the bottom of the technology adoption ladder to build a safe, secure and sustainable economy.

“At the heart of the technology that drives innovation is data and citizen engagement. As we transform our country to meet future demand, we must use technology to create a more sustainable and livable present and a secure future for our citizens.

“We need to change our approach and challenge status quo. Our pursuit of innovation through research and development must intensify. We need to develop effective strategies to achieve A smart, safe and sustainable nation”.

So why attend the conference tagged S3N2022?

There are many reasons, but the first on the list are;

1. S3N2022 will explore the terrain of the value and knowledge-based economy:

S3N2022 boasts of rich sub themes ranging from will focus on important issues related to the theme and sub-themes such as; Smart cities – Design and regulatory framework | E-Government and Policy Framework | eHealth and Smart Healthcare | Precision and intelligence agriculture | Regulation and digital consumption system | Intelligent Security and Surveillance System | App and tools | Big Data Analytics and Applications | Artificial intelligence and applications | Critical National Infrastructure | Call Tracking and Counter Terrorism | Cybersecurity | Computer forensics and information verification | IT governance and ethics | 5G technology and industrial revolutions | Future of work: Ergonomics and Smart culture, among others.

2. Stress-free:

“S3N2022” is hybrid, so you can have the option of participating from the comfort of your home or office.

3. Global Influence:

Being an international conference allows you to connect with both foreign/local speakers and attendees

4. Improved Credit Score:

As an IT professional, attending the NCS conference boosts your professional and academic grades. Your participation will earn you 3 professional development credit units.

5. Rich networking and enlargement functionality to strengthen relationships.

With 20,000 members across all states of the Federation, NCS remains the largest national IT society with highly trained and specialized experts in various areas of information technology.

Confirmed speakers:

  • Professor Isa Ali Ibrahim (Pantami), Minister of Communications and Digital Economy who agreed to chair the event.
  • Engineer Aliyu Aziz, Director General of National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) will deliver the keynote speech
  • Mr. Kashifu Inuwa Abdullahi, Director General of National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA),
  • Professor Umar Danbatta, Executive Vice Chairman, Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC)
  • Professor Muhammad Bello Abubakar, Managing Director, Galaxy Backbone Limited
  • Dr. Abimbola Alale, Managing Director, NIGCOMSAT Limited
  • Mr. John Higgins, President, British Computer Society
  • Bram Fudzulani, President of the ICT Association of Malawi
  • Mr. Kola Okunola, Federal Inland Revenue Service
  • Stacey Hines, president of the Jamaica Computer Society
  • Dr. Waudo Siganga, President Computer Society of Kenya
  • Professor Ibrahim Gambari, Chief of Staff to the President of Nigeria
  • HRM, Oba Adedotun Aremu Gbadebo, Alake of Egba Land
  • Otunba Gbenga Daniel, former Governor of Ogun State
  • Professor Yemi Osinbajo, Vice President of Nigeria
  • Moira De Roche, President International Federation of Informatics (IFIP)
  • Mr. dDayo Abiodun, Special Adviser on ICT of Ogun State
  • Dr. Vincent Olatunji, National Commissioner/CEO, Nigerian Data Protection Bureau (NDPB)
  • Sebastine Nzeadibe, West Africa Country Manager, Cisco
  • Dipo Faukner, Oracle Vice President (Technology Affairs)

Participation:

See the link HERE to find out how to register to participate.