Dolapo lost her phone last week. The phone contains the video of an AGA sponsors’ private meeting. She didn't use a password on her phone, which means that someone could easily access her data and put her at risk. However, she can still delete the contents on the phone so that the thief can’t access any information.
Dolapo often finds herself in the midst of protests. She's been detained a few times, and in the course of her work is constantly losing her phone. Fortunately, before she didn't have any sensitive data on any of them, but now, She has to store important information on her phone. She needs to know how to protect her data.
Dolapo just got a video recording regarding the case of a young girl deported by the European embassy over fake passports given to her by one of the agents in AGA.
Nasir is a journalist for Dundun Media. He has just got a lead on the location of a safe house used by AGA and he needs to call the Police. First thing he does is to ensure his call is encrypted. Here's how he did it.
Chidinma worries that downloading all of the interesting apps she finds on her two phones also brings with it a high risk of them being infected with malware or spyware of some kind. To put her mind at ease, she does a little research about the incidence of such events.
Nasir and Dolapo are working together to track the activities of AGA on social media. They need to build up a case so law enforcement agencies can clamp down on AGA. How do they go about this, without contravening the Nigerian Cybercrime Act 2015