InfoSecSherpa’s Weekly Africa InfoSec News Round Up for September 26, 2021

  1. Too many Africans cannot access the technology they need. A World Bank initiative aims to help reverse that
    (World Bank Blogs, September 22nd)
  2. Egypt is one of first countries to combat cyber warfare: Marian Azir
    (Daily News Egypt, September 21st)
  3. Teniola: Cyber Security Awareness Will Address Online Fraud
    (This Day Nigeria, September 23rd)
  4. Fintech expert, Ekezie, talks cyber security at Prime Business Africa’s SEEDS 3 Webinar
    (The Guardian Nigeria, September 26th)
  5. Webinar to reveal extent of global cyber threats now impacting Africa
    (IT Web South Africa, September 20th)
  6. Elizabeth Kolade on How AI Is a ‘Double-Edged Sword’ & the Challenge of Harmonizing Cyber and Physical Security
    Elizabeth Kolade is a cybersecurity analyst with the Defence Space Administration, Nigeria.
    (Dark Reading, September 21st)
  7. South Africa-based debt collector hit by massive ransomware attack
    (IT Web South Africa, Septemeber 22nd)
  8. TECNO Establishes Security Response Center, Taking TECNO’s Security Ecosystem to the New Level
    (Africa News, September 22nd)
  9. Africa’s biggest security services provider created
    (Cajnews Africa, September 23rd)
  10. African Bank warns of data breach with personal details compromised
    (Business Tech, September 22nd)
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