Information Security

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Facebook has announced new security features to protect journalists

New Facebook security features for journalists have been announced. They are aimed at protecting journalists' Facebook and Instagram accounts against harassment and potential hacking threats.

No one is safe from the data breach epidemic

Here are some strategies to help you reduce the probability of getting hacked. No one is 100% safe, but this is a great start to keeping your information private.

The five digital forces for post-COVID-19 pandemic organizations

Dr. Ganesh Natarajan, Founder, 5F World, and Chairman of SVP India, Center for AI and advanced analytics, Senior Advisory Board Member, Trescon, India, delivers a keynote address at the World Cyber Security Summit Africa Edition 2020.

The 12th edition of the Cyber Law in Africa conference announced

The aim of the conference is also to engage with the solutions available to various professionals in ensuring that the cyber-related activities and existence of their organizations fall within the ambit of protection of laws and legal instruments.

The role of privacy regulation in fighting cybercrime

Isabella Hofmeyr-Pretorius, Legal Advisor, Capitec Bank (South Africa), and Alice Namuli Blazevic, Partner Head Technology and Innovation, Katende, Ssempebwa & co Advocates (Uganda), discuss how data privacy regulation plays a role in curbing cybercrime.

Changing information security cultures across Africa

In this episode of the Tech Legal Matters podcast, Anna Collard, SVP of Content Strategy & Evangelist, KnowBe4 Africa, South Africa, shares some findings from KnowBe4's African Cyber Security Culture Research Report.

Cameroon’s tax platform suffered a cyberattack

The digital platform used by the government of Cameroon for the management of taxes is said to have suffered what has been qualified by some as a major cyberattack.