Regulator dismisses concerns authorities may use Device Management System to eavesdrop on mobile subscribers.
- Published on 09 February 2017
Amr Kamel, Microsoft GM in the West, East, Central Africa & Indian Ocean Islands says identity theft was the most prevalent type of breach in the first half of 2016.
- Published on 24 January 2017
Intermittent internet shutdowns and warnings to citizens about conduct on social media persist as part of an effort to crush dissent.
- Published on 07 February 2017
NGOs, private companies and public sector agencies collaborate to mark the annual Safer Internet Day (SID) under the theme "Be the change: unite for a better Internet".
- Published on 20 January 2017
In an introduction of proposed new draft of the cybercrimes and cybersecurity Bill, govt addresses concerns around the role of the State Security Agency, interception of data and malicious communications, among others.
- Published on 03 February 2017
Paradigm Initiative Nigeria concerned over speculation surrounding technology's alleged 'eavesdropping capabilities'.
Communication Authority takes steps to monitor social media, regulate broadcasting ahead of August general elections.
- Published on 02 February 2017
Amid ongoing concern over fake news, multiple sources of data and big data hype, a KPMG report highlights obstacles in the way of data and analytics efficiency.
- Published on 25 January 2017
Trevor Coetzee, Regional Director, South Africa and sub-Saharan Africa, Intel Security, discusses what cybercriminals are after in the so-called Second Economy.
- Published on 04 January 2017
UN telecoms agency anticipates that increase of public access to its information from January 2017 will enhance its decision-making processes.