Cyber Security

Africa currently hosts some of the fastest growing economies in the world and the entire continent is set for a huge economic transformation. You can click on Africa Cyber Defence Summit to access the event page […] Read more

Jonction | Jonction vient de produire deux (02) études; l’une portant sur l’état des lieux de la cybersécurité et de la cybercriminalité au Sénégal et l’autre sur une analyse critique de la stratégie nationale de cybersécurité du Sénégal. Ces études ont été menées dans le cadre du programme «Intégration des droits de l’homme dans les processus […] Read more

Joint Call | The Collaboration on International ICT Policy for East and Southern Africa (CIPESA) is part of a call urging G20 countries to place citizens and consumers at the centre of decisions around the digital society. The call states, “For the digital society to be open, safe, and empowering for everyone, policies for the […] Read more

By Edrine Wanyama | Uganda’s Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) sector is credited with contributing 20% to the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2016. While the level of adoption of technology as a key component of operations within the sector remains unclear, its effective utilisation requires entities to also embrace safety and security measures […] Read more

By Edrine Wanyama | The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force in the European Union (EU) in May 2016. The 28 EU member states have until May 2018 to apply the Regulation to existing national laws to ensure the protection of citizens with regard to the processing of personal data and its transfer within […] Read more

By Small Media | Building off the success of our 2016 report ‘Supercharging Human Rights Advocates in the Levant’, the Small Media team is excited to announce our latest project in a whole new region. Making use of the practices we’ve developed in our work across the Middle East, Small Media is setting out to […] Read more

By Mailyn Fidler | Two years ago, the African Union (AU) adopted its Convention on Cybersecurity and Personal Data Protection. The Convention seeks to improve how African states address cybercrime, data protection, e-commerce, and cybersecurity. However, only eight of the AU’s fifty-four members have signed the Convention, with none ratifying it. Despite this currently limited […] Read more

By Juliet Nanfuka | South Africa’s Cybercrimes And Cybersecurity Bill (2014) has been met with apprehension among civil society due to its vague definitions, its limited safeguards for access to information and freedom of expression. In many ways, it resonates with the equally stifling Draft Online Regulation Policy gazetted in March 2015, which contains clauses that […] Read more

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