Benin’s internet cafés become headquarters for cybercrime

Benin’s internet cafés become headquarters for cybercrime

Internet cafés in the West African nation of Benin appear to be fast becoming ‘command centres’ for online scammers. Read More

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Monday 31 Mar

Uganda to host Banking Fraud and ICT Security Conference

The 3rd Annual East Africa Banking and ICT Security Summit will be held on April 25 in Kampala Uganda.»
Friday 21 Mar

AccessKenya launches Security as a Service

AccessKenya Group has launched a Security as a Service solution in the East African Market, targeting the high-risk ICT environments and services sector. »
Thursday 20 Mar

NCC: SIM reg reduced crime rate

Nigeria’s regulator says SIM registration has drastically reduced some criminal activities in the country.»
Wednesday 19 Mar

Cyber legislation forum underway in Accra

A four-day conference on cyber legislation in the West African sub-region is underway in Accra.»
Wednesday 19 Mar

Organised crime costs over $315bn annually

Enterprises worldwide are expected to spend nearly $500 billion in 2014 to deal with issues caused by malware deliberately loaded onto pirated software, according to a new joint study by IDC and the National University of Singapore (NUS). »
Monday 17 Mar

Kenya’s cyber security strategy enters homestretch

Kenya is putting in place a cyber security strategy to protect the country’s online assets.»
Monday 17 Mar

Kenya govt to automate payments to stop revenue leaks

Kenya will adopt a paperless payment system to stop revenue leakages in its system.»
Sunday 16 Mar

Over the NSA surveillance hype? Here’s why you shouldn’t be

A year after the Snowden revelations, the panic has died down and most companies and individuals are carrying on as they did before. But they shouldn’t be, says JJ Milner, MD of Global Micro.»
Friday 14 Mar

NITA-U sensitises Road Fund staff on ICTs and information security

NITA-U has sensitised staff of Uganda Road Fund on cyber laws, the NITA-U Act, information security and IT standards.»
Wednesday 12 Mar

NigComSat chief: foreign ICT a security risk

The proliferation of foreign ICT in the country is capable of threatening the security of Nigeria, NigComSat Limited has warned.»
Wednesday 12 Mar

Microsoft counts down to end of XP support

This week marks the start of the one month countdown to Windows XP End of Service Support, and small businesses in Africa are urged to upgrade.»
Wednesday 12 Mar

Three layers of security: crucial for business

Businesses today need to focus equally on physical, personnel and cyber security in order to mitigate risk in the face of growing criminal focus on enterprise data, says UK-based security expert Chris Phillips.»
Monday 10 Mar

ICTs, connected police critical for safety and security

Rwandan President Paul Kagame has highlighted the importance of ICTs and integrated police forces in sub-Saharan Africa.»
Friday 7 Mar

Commonwealth ICT Ministers agree on Cybergovernance Model

ICT ministers and advisors from 35 Commonwealth countries have adopted a Commonwealth Cybergovernance Model to guide national policy development of their national cyberspace.»
Tuesday 4 Mar

MTN Ghana warns against SMS fraud

MTN Ghana says it remains committed to working in partnership with all stakeholders to eliminate the problem of promotional scams originating from foreign and local numbers.»
Thursday 27 Feb

2014 Banking and ICT summits pegged for Uganda, Zambia and Ethiopia

Cyber Security Africa has announced that its 2014 Banking and ICT summits will be hosted in Uganda, Zambia and Ethiopia. »


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