InfoSecSherpa’s Weekly Africa InfoSec News Round Up for Week Ending November 11, 2021

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  1. Kenya second in Africa on cyberattacks
    (The Star Kenya, November 10th)
  2. Cyber crime experts gather in Accra
    (Graphic Online, November 10th)
  3. What are the top cyber security threats in Rwanda?
    (The New Times, November 7th)
  4. South Africa’s Cyber Crimes Act ‘not yet active’
    (IT Web, November 9th)
  5. Nigeria urged to invest in cybersecurity against spate of attacks
    (Punch, November 7th)
  6. South Africa’s Telkom weighs options to boost tech division
    (Reuters, November 9th)
  7. Iranian Hacking Group Lyceum Targeted Moroccan Telecoms Company
    (Morocco World News, November 11th)
  8. Kenya Has Had to Deal with Nearly 33-Million Cyber Attacks in the First Half of 2021
    (IT News Africa, November 11th)
  9. Govt collaborating with like-minded organizations to curb cybercrime in West Africa
    (Ghana Web, November 9th)
  10. Lyceum APT Group Adds ISPs to Its Target List: Expanded Espionage Activity Includes African Ministry, Middle East Telcos and ISPs
    (Gov Info Security, November 10th)

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