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  • South Africa And Russia Sign Cybersecurity Cooperation Agreement

    cybersecurity cooperation agreement By Peter Pedroncelli, 5:50 am

    South Africa and Russia have reportedly signed a cybersecurity cooperation agreement that will see the two BRICS nations working closer together in an effort to strengthen their defenses against cyber threats. The deal was officially signed at the BRICS summit in Xiamen, with high level diplomats from both countries, Sergey Lavrov of Russia and Maite Nkoana-Mashsbane of South Africa, putting pen to paper on the agreement.

  • Nigeria Third Most Affected By Cybercrime After US, UK

    Cybercrime - Nigeria is on alert at the possibility of a cyber attack. Photo - DigitalSpaceRadio By Peter Pedroncelli, 6:50 am

    Nigeria has been ranked as the third most affected country in the world for cybercrime, with the West African nation only surpassed by the U.S. and the United Kingdom. The news of Nigeria’s struggle against online crime was revealed by the Nigerian Communications Commission, with the organization’s chief executive officer, Umar Danbatta, mentioning that Nigerians are hardest hit after the Americans and British in first and second place respectively.

  • Africa Has World’s Lowest Commitment To Cybersecurity. Kenya’s Safaricom Wants To Change That

    A focus on cyber security by governments is a must. Photo - SourceSecurity By Tom Jackson, 6:55 pm AFKI Original

    Africa as a continent must do better with regards to cybersecurity. With cybercrime on the increase globally, and recent major attacks such as WannaCry, more must be done to secure cyberspace in the continent that has been especially poor at doing so. According to the recent 2017 Global Cybersecurity Index, only two countries on the continent – Mauritius and Egypt – are in the leading stage of demonstrating high commitment to cybersecurity.

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