Date: 4 – 5 May 2021
The cybercrime figures continue to rise in Africa, especially when there’s an increasing demand for work-from-home in 2021. Experts suggest that the threat actors can explore more ways to take advantage of vulnerabilities in consumer-grade home networks.
While the use of ransomware has increased in popularity, many organisations depend on taking a number of actions: creating employee awareness of cyber risks, making use of security and threat intelligence, protecting against internal threats, to name a few.
With this in mind, the 3rd Edition of CyFrica is gathering over 2000 IT and cyber security leaders including CISOs, CTOs, CIOs and heads of cyber security from 350+ public and private enterprises across the African sub-continent, along with the support of 30+ top influential speakers and 20+ global cyber security solution providers – all with a focus on ‘creating a cyber safe Africa’.