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With so many people working from home on vulnerable networks and set-ups, cybersecurity is a growing concern. Attackers have real opportunities to take advantage of the changes in our habits as we transition to working remotely.
The 26 sections of Kenya's Computer Misuse and Cybercrimes Act 2018 that were contested by the Bloggers Association of Kenya were declared constitutional by the country's High Court, likely dealing a big blow to freedom of expression in the East African country.
Online private policing activity has been largely ignored by researchers and politicians. Yet it is already creating some significant issues that need addressing.
In a statement to iAfrikan, South Africa's Nedbank has said that it does not know which of its customers have been affected by the data breach it mentioned as affecting 1,7 million of its customers. The data breach is reported to have taken place at one of the bank's suppliers.
People continue to fall victim to various mobile phone orchestrated scams. There are new trends that leave gullible Kenyans exposed in today’s online world.
Nigeria's National Information Technology Development Agency has confirmed in a communication to iAfrikan that is investigating SureBet247 for a possible security and data breach. The betting company could be in potential breach of the country's data regulation laws.