Clients & Sectors

Local Industry Engagements

e-Crime Bureau has undertaken different projects and programmes for the law enforcement/security sector, multinational & corporate organizations, the public sector and international organizations among other engagements:

Law Enforcement / Security Sector

Our engagements with Law Enforcement and Security Sector agencies focuses on investigations assistance, technology support, intelligence sharing, training and other capacity building programmes. e-Crime Bureau has continuously supported the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service on cybercrime and investigations capacity building. e-Crime Bureau engages regularly with the Economic & Organized Crime Office (EOCO) and the Financial Intelligence Centre (FIC). e-Crime Bureau has provided capacity building for National Security operatives in Cyber Security and Digital Forensics.

Financial Services Sector

The financial sector especially universal banks have benefited immensely from the services of e-Crime Bureau. e-Crime Bureau provides cyber/information security consulting and audit, cyber security technology support, investigations assistance, technology solutions and training for clients in the financial sector.

Mining Sector

e-Crime Bureau has provided security intelligence and physical security audit services for key players within the mining industry. We have also conducted investigations on employee related malpractices as well as background checks and investigations.

Multinationals & Corporate

e-Crime Bureau has supported different multinational and corporate sector organizations in the area of investigations and audit reviews, information security services, security intelligence services and background checks & clearance investigations services among others.

Public Sector

e-Crime Bureau was engaged by the Ministry of Communications and the National Information Technology Agency (NITA) on the National Cyber Security Policy & Strategy (NCSPS) and other cyber security initiatives. e-Crime Bureau has been providing training and support to the Bank of Ghana (BoG) especially the Consumer Reporting Unit of the Financial Stability Department of the central bank. e-Crime Bureau supported the Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA) in developing a Cyber Security Policy Brief in 2017.

Education Sector

e-Crime has supported a number of educational institutions including the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology (KNUST) to build professional capacity of students in Cyber Security and Digital Forensics. We currently have a collaboration with the KNUST in which we have supported the university to build a Digital Forensic Lab. e-Crime Bureau also has an on-going collaboration with the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC) to develop and organize certificate programmes in Cyber Intelligence & Forensics and Cyber Security.

Selected International Engagements

e-Crime Bureau has undertaken different projects and programmes for the law enforcement/security sector, multinational & corporate organizations, the public sector and international organizations among other engagements:

e-Crime Bureau has been engaged by the INTERPOL Global Cybercrime Expert Group, based in Singapore (through the Founder) to assist with initiatives aimed at addressing global cybercrime challenges.

The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) contracted e-Crime Bureau to build capacity in cybercrime especially in the area of training for EOCO.

e-Crime Bureau has had engagements with the United Nations Conference on Trade & Development (UNCTAD) in facilitating efforts in addressing cybercrime and data protection challenges affecting e-commerce and e-government projects.

e-Crime Bureau has previously engaged with the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House) on cybercrime and cyber security research project in West Africa.

e-Crime Bureau has been engaging with the Council of Europe on cybercrime issues.

e-Crime Bureau was previously engaged by the Inter-Governmental Action Group against Money Laundering in West Africa (GIABA) to conduct a study on electronic counterfeiting.

e-Crime Bureau was contracted by the Commonwealth Cybercrime Initiative (CCI) of the Commonwealth Secretariat, United Kingdom to coordinate cybercrime capacity building collaboration between CCI and the Government of Ghana through the Ministry of Communication.

e-Crime Bureau

e-Crime Bureau is an industry leader in West Africa in the area of cyber security, digital forensics, intelligence, investigations and related services, among others. It is the first cyber security and digital forensics agency with a state-of-the-art e-Crime Lab to be established and fully operate in West Africa.



e-Crime Bureau (Accra): +233 (0) 302 960397 | +233 (0) 207 131646
e-Crime Academy: +233 (0) 302 999981 | +233(0) 501 436340
e-Crime Bureau (Kumasi): +233 (0) 322 493551 | +233(0) 501 551125
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Physical Address: 1st Floor, Oswald House Adenta SDA Junction,
Adentan La-Nkwantanang Boundary Road, Adenta – Accra
Digital Address: GD-004-9182
Postal Address: P.O. Box DT 2703,
Adenta-Accra, Ghana.