DataSixth wins cybersecurity company of the year award

DataSixth wins cybersecurity company of the year award

DataSixth Security Consulting has received the Cybersecurity Company of the Year 2021 Award at the 5th Tech Innovation and Telecoms Awards.

The award was received by the company’s Country Manager, Happiness Obioha, during an event held at the Oriental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, recently.

The Tech Innovation and Telecoms awards, according to the organisers, has become the most prestigious ICT award event on the African Continent, attracting the presence of prominent executives and ICT professionals across the vertical sector in Africa.

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In its comment shortly after receiving the Cybersecurity Company of the Year Award, DataSixth expressed its appreciation for the honour, dedicating the prestigious award to its staff, partners and customers.The company restated its commitment to filling the national cybersecurity export gap.

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DataSixth’s Founder and CEO, Michael Anyanwu said: “We are truly humbled and appreciative of this prestigious honour and award.

“This award, firstly, is dedicated to all DataSixth staff, who embodies the word ‘CYBER RESILIENCE’ and to our wonderful partners and customers, who believed in thr touch of #Expertise.

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“We all believe that #Security secures everyone and #Cybersecurity secures our digital lives. However, we believe that DataSixth brings human2human expertise to a sector that’s been served with lack of expertise and intelligence. We assure everyone we will be the first company that will fill in the gap of a national cybersecurity export.”


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