April 18, 2024

Cyber Security Summit Africa – Johannesburg (05 & 06 May)

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The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated global digitalization, making cybercriminals turn their attention to African countries, where digital capability continues to lag behind the rest of the world, resulting in costly consequences. Therefore, the African Union as part of its “Agenda 2063” for transforming Africa has identified cybersecurity as a top priority ensuring Africa is capable of adapting the emerging technologies that are used for the benefit of businesses, African individuals, institutions and nation-states and to guarantee data protection and safety online.

Cyber Security Summit is Africa’s leading Cybersecurity event and is an invaluable opportunity for security professionals to engage with leaders and discuss the future of Cyber security. The event will have industry stalwarts sharing case studies and best practices with a focus on cyber resilience in a post-Covid world through panel discussions, fireside chats, solution showcases and interactive workshops.

This event will host 250+ CISOs, CIOs, heads of digital transformation, IT infrastructure, cyber security, information and communication technologies, crisis management, security and risk management, and other experts in the domain.

For more details on this event and Sponsors/Media partners, do visit the web link https://exito-e.com/cybersecuritysummit/africa/

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