Kenya, just like most developing nations around the world, is increasingly becoming a digital economy. Where businesses, universities, banking, and government services among other socio-economic activities are taking place online.
However, the country is yet to catch up with international best practice when it comes to cybersecurity. Perhaps that is one of the reasons why (allegedly) it has become a haven for North Korean hackers; more on that here.
We have also seen big tech companies such as Microsoft and Kaspersky Lab issue an alert over increasing cybercriminal activities facing online and digital services in the country. Check here and here.
We already know the country is a pioneer of mobile money services globally. Yet that service as proved by Kaspersky Lab is the next front of cybercriminal attack as just proven by Kaspersky Lab.
Yelbridges sets up a Cybersecurity Defence training center
The ICT firm Yelbridges has announced plans to set up a Virtual Conference Center in Thika, a town just a few minutes drive from the capital Nairobi. The center will be set up at a …read more