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The AU’s Cybercrime Response: A Positive Start, but Substantial Challenges ahead

Increasingly the private sector, individuals and African governments rely on the Internet to conduct sensitive transactions and store important data. African states are lagging behind in strengthening cybersecurity and fighting cybercrime. Cyber …

Balancing Cyber Security and Internet Freedom in Africa

This paper discusses the current state of cyber security and policies in Africa, with a specific focus on Kenya and South Africa as continental leaders in technology. Globally, Internet freedoms are on the decline and Africa is no exception. In 2016…

Africa and Europe: Cyber Governance Lessons

This Policy Insights examines the lessons the AU can learn from the EU in the area of cyber governance. The AU has recently adopted one document in this respect, the 2014 Convention on Cyber Security and Personal Data Protection. This convention imp…

Cyber Security in Ghana: Evaluating Readiness for the Future

This policy briefs seeks to analyze the nature of cyber security threats in Ghana and evaluate the progress that the government has made in readying itself for future challenges. The report will explore recent legislative efforts in Ghana, across We…

Exploring Data Anonymisation and Internet Safety in East Africa

Internet adoption in East Africa has faced several challenges with the high cost of bandwidth being the key challenge. Nevertheless, once people are online, censorship, Internet privacy, geo-blocking of content and Internet shutdowns are some of the…

Intelligence Économique et Cyber Criminalité: Impact Sur L’activité Économique en Afrique Centrale / Economic Intelligence and Cyber Crime: Impact on Economic Activity in Central Africa

Experts are more and more unanimous in affirming that information and communication technologies (ICT) occupy an increasingly unavoidable place in the societies of the 21st century. The digital transformation induced by ICTs has thus contributed to …

Intelligence Économique et Cyber Criminalité. Impact Sur L’activité Économique en Afrique Central / Economic Intelligence and Cyber Crime. Impact on Economic Activity in Central Africa

Experts are increasingly unanimous in affirming that information and communication technologies (ICTs) are becoming increasingly important in the societies of the 21st century. The digital transformation induced by ICT has thus contributed to econ…

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