InfoSecSherpa’s Weekly Africa InfoSec News Round Up for Week Ending November 29, 2021

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  1. A North Korean Cyber Espionage Group Was Active in South Africa — New Report
    (IT News Africa, November 29th)
  2. Digital Encode commits to raise cyber defenders for Nigeria
    (The Sun News Online, November 24th)
  3. Morocco, Israel sign historic defense memorandum
    (North Africa Post, November 24th)
  4. Cyber Threats in Nigeria Drop 7.5% in 2021 — Kaspersky
    (Business Post, November 25th)
  5. Burkina Faso restricts social media
    (BizCommunity, November 23rd)
  6. South Africa, Kenya and Nigeria see a decrease of ordinary threats, yet experience a massive increase of targeted malware schemes
    (Zawya, November 25th)
  7. New: Dawn of a new digital era for Zimbabwe — Intersection of Technology, Security, and Society
    (The Sunday Mail, November 25th)
  8. Kaspersky says Africa new target for cyberattacks
    (Zawya, November 23rd)
  9. Africa is not a haven for cybercrime — Lawyer
    (Ghana Web, November 29th)
  10. Small African Businesses To Be Supported Through Ovamba Solutions and Cyber Alliance’s Partnership
    (The FinTech Times, November 24th)

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