Internet connectivity has brought about a number of benefits. It enables us to socialise, shop, transact and do business. This brings about the aspect of sharing more and
more information online both personal and confidential. In the advent of the digital age, access to the internet is readily available due to the proliferation of smartphones and laptops. This has given rise to a cyber –savvy generation, one that communicates very frequently online.
With such great opportunities, comes great risk.
This week, TechTrend focuses on the real questions that need to be asked.
- Are you safe online?
- If not, how best can you protect yourself online?
- Are there any laws governing cyber security in Kenya?
- What is the state of cyber security locally? How good or bad is it?
- Can we contribute to improving the local cyber security scene?
AfricaHackon seeks to build the local cyber security industry where practitioners, enthusiast and budding professionals have a platform to interact learn, grow, share ideas and experiences. In partnership with the m:lab, AfricaHackon will undertake a rigorous cyber security training to interested individuals. Attend this event to find out more about the training.
Venue: iHUB (Bishop Magua Building, 4th Floor – Ngong Road)
Date: 11th Feb 2016
Time: 5.00 – 7.30 pm
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