InfoSecSherpa’s Africa InfoSec News Roundup for Tuesday, March 8, 2022

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1 min readMar 9, 2022
Boat on a beat in Zanzibar. Image by klimentgrozdanoski from Pixabay.
Zanzibar, Tanzania

News items are from February 20th through March 8th.

  1. African Lessons in Cyber Strategy
    (African Center for Strategic Studies, March 8th)
  2. 3 South African Cybersecurity Companies You Should Probably Know About
    (IT News Africa, March 2nd)
  3. South Africa Has Largest Rise in Cyber Attacks
    (All Africa, February 23rd)
  4. ICANN-Managed Root Server Clusters to Strengthen Africa’s Internet Infrastructure
    (PRNewswire, February 28th)
  5. $3.5bn and growing: The huge cost of cybercrime in Africa
    (Sunday Times, February 21st)
  6. Namibia Cyber Security Skills Gaps Tackled
    (All Africa, February 24th)
  7. How Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Affects Africa
    (All Africa, Various Dates)
  8. Namibian businesses more prone to cyberthreats: research firm
    (Xinhuanet, February 24th)
  9. Ghana’s efforts at tackling cyber-crime laudable
    (Ghana Web, February 20th)
  10. Kenya to host one of Africa’s two giant data hubs
    (The Citizen, March 1st)
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