Digital Encode founders receive Georgia honorary award
The duo of Oluseyi Akindeinde and Obadare Peter Adewale founders of Digital Encode, a leading consulting and integration firm that specializes in the design, management, and security of business-critical networks, telecommunications environments and other Information Technology
(IT) infrastructures, have been conferred with “Honorary Georgia Citizen” as well received the Keys to the cities of Georgia state by the Georgia Legislative Black Caucus, USA.
Presenting the certificates, Dee Dawkins-Haigler, chairman of the Georgia Legislative black Caucasus, said that the award was given Digital Encode founders in recognition of their outstanding entrepreneurship contributions and leadership towards the growth and development of Information and communications technology sector, free enterprise and the private sector as agents of social change in Nigeria, and their passion towards economic empowerment of the citizenry.
Digital Encode is recognized in the industry for its vendor independent perspective, the firm’s expertise lies in solving multifaceted, complex enterprise network security and audit problems.
This informed the company’s appointment by Central Bank of Nigeria as the sole technical partner to the Nigerian Electronic Fraud Forum (NeFF), an initiative set up for the identification, mitigation, prevention and prosecution of all electronic fraud-related acts perpetrated in the country.
Oluseyi Akindeinde, chief technical officer, Digital Encode, said that the award is really a statement of their commitment to fostering technology entrepreneurship in Nigeria.
Source: Guardian News