The African workforce needs to hone their skills in key areas such as information security awareness, secure programming and coding, web security development and critical infrastructure risk management.
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Frank Welffens, Managing Partner at USAFCG, joined the Washington Forum at Voice of America in Washington, DC, and participated in the discussion on information security and Facebook in light of Cambridge Analytica's scandal. NOTE: Media is in French Discussion Topic:...
Cyber hygiene is the establishment and maintenance of an individual's daily routines, occasional checks and general behaviors required to maintain a user's online "health" (security). Cyber hygiene is linked to cyber security. Poor cyber hygiene will adversely affect...
When Estonia started building its information society about two decades ago, there was no digital data being collected about its citizens. The general population did not have the internet or even devices with which to use it. Sound familiar? It took great courage to...
Building resilient financial, energy, public and private sectors in Africa to prepare for and mitigate cyber threats
Cybersecurity has quickly evolved to organizational challenges that require executive leadership to work with IT professionals and organizations to manage critical infrastructure risks, and build capacity for a resilient “whole of society” workforce part of the financial, energy, public and private sectors, and implement security policies and strategies.
Adopting the best cybersecurity practices and training
Cyber Hygiene e-Learning Course
We have partnered with the leader in Cyber Hygiene training, CYBEXER Technologies, to deliver a state of the art interactive, engaging and effective tool consisting of a training module and two separate test modules to address human risk behaviour in cyberspace.
Cybersecurity Program for the Prevention and Fight against Cybercrime
Strengthening the cybersecurity management capacity of African government agencies. The objective is to establish an integrated, effective and modern national/regional system for the prevention and fight against cybercrime.