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African nations are rapidly going online. We anticipate positive developments with definite challenges in execution for 2013.
A new book addresses the complex legal and regulatory aspects of cybersecurity in Africa.
A recent research project to address the growing threat of cyber crime in South Africa also highlights online security policy framework in other African nations.
In the interest of e-governance, African governments would be wise to protect their institutional websites from hackers.
Good news for Africa’s world image, even if the data is misleading. A study by online security company AVG recently determined that Internet users in the Caucasus region (Turkey, Russia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan) have the greatest chance of facing cyber attacks. Such results, however biased or limited by the method …
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