Liquid acquires Egyptian cyber security firm Cysiv MEA

Cysiv MEA, formerly SecureMisr, provides enterprise cloud and cyber security services to some of Egypt's top companies, particularly in the financial services sector.
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Taking niche crypto solutions to Africa and the 1bn

The crypto framework consists of six layers that are interconnected and, if built correctly, ensures trust in people, processes and technology.

MTN Group chair Mcebisi Jonas identity mimicked in CSI fraud

Mcebisi Jonas is being impersonated as false representatives reach out to the public requesting funding towards MTN foundation projects.

How biometrics can fuel inclusive growth in Nigeria’s ICT sector

Nigeria’s ICT sector and overall online activity will continue to grow exponentially says Gur Geva, founder and CEO of iiDENTIFii.

Report: Money laundering and financial crime risk in Africa

It is estimated that US$50 billion a year in illicit financial funds flows out of West African countries alone.

Vodacom Business re-brands in new focus shift

Vodacom says the changing economic landscape requires it to be more attentive to collaborating with clients to help them succeed.

Effective, affordable intrusion detection and prevention solution for enterprises, ISPs

The LucidView Enforcer is designed to detect and prevent intrusions and suspicious activity in the network.

Tactile Technologies introduces Palmki at Cape Town Expo 2023

Wim Van De Putte, GM of PerfectID Belgium, will join Tactile Technologies to conduct a live demonstration of the palm vein recognition biometrics technology.
27 Feb

Nigeria’s Electoral Commission assures results portal is safe

Results are still incoming from what media outlets have reported as being the country’s tightest elections since the end of military rule in 1999.
Feb 21, 2023

Internet shutdowns: Ethiopian businesses lose US$146-million

New report quantifies country’s loss after internet shutdown in Tigray in 2022.
Feb 21, 2023

African Tech Voices: Money transfer scams to beware of in Cameroon in 2023

The National Agency for Information and Communication Technologies reported that cybercrime caused financial losses of 12.2 billion CFA Francs to the Cameroonian economy in 2021 says Imane Charioui, Director of Francophone Africa, WorldRemit.
Feb 15, 2023

Kenyan authorities uncover major mobile money fraud

Eight men arrested, alleged to be part of a criminal ring that defrauded mobile money users of over KES500-million.

Hit back at ransomware attacks before they cripple your business

Ransomware is a global issue facing almost all organisations whose businesses depend on or leverage information technology, and organisations in Africa are no exception.