Cyber Security Authority of Ghana


Dr. Albert Antwi-Boasiako

Dr. Albert Antwi-Boasiako is Director-General, Cyber Security Authority, Republic of Ghana. He served as National Cybersecurity Advisor and Head, NCSC from July 2017-September 2021; leading to the institutionalisation of Ghana’s cybersecurity development which progressed from 32.6% in 2017 to 86.69% in 2020, according to ITU’s GCI, with Ghana ranked 3rd in Africa and 43rd globally. He contributed to the work of GFCE and efforts towards Ghana’s membership of the Forum in 2021. Dr Antwi-Boasiako founded e-Crime Bureau, the first and an award-winning cybersecurity and digital forensics firm to be established and operate in West Africa, in 2011. He has introduced a Harmonized Model for Digital Evidence Admissibility Assessment (HM-DEAA), a ground-breaking contribution to digital forensics standardisation. He served as a Cybersecurity Expert with IGCEG and is a Cybercrime Expert with Council of Europe. He is Ghana’s representative on the IAC of GIFCT and ECOWAS’ Regional Technical Committee on Cybersecurity.