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This episode of the Tech Legal Matters podcast is a recording from the World Cyber Security Summit - Africa Edition 2020. The event was successful in bringing in fresh narratives, innovative ideas, and awareness on key areas such as cyber threat intelligence, data governance, data privacy, and cyber regulations across Africa.

The Middle East and Africa cybersecurity market was reported to be valued at approximately $18.02 billion in 2016. It is anticipated to grow at a healthy growth rate of more than 15.62% over the forecast period 2018-2025. The role of cybersecurity becomes all the more crucial as enterprises embark upon their digital transformation journey.

The discussion, moderated by Confidence Staveley (Founder and Executive/Director, CyberSafe Foundation, Top 50 Women in Cyber
Security Africa 2020, Nigeria) features:

  • Fene Osakwe, Associate Director - IT Governance, Risk & Control, IHS Towers, Nigeria
  • Sandip Bhadury, Chief Executive Officer, GA Insurance Ltd, Kenya
  • Kevin Kiereni, Head of IT, Jumia, Kenya
  • Winnie Sergon, Head of ICT & Innovation, Boresha SACCO Society Ltd, Kenya

Role of cybersecurity in digital transformation notes

Event: World Cyber Security Summit - Africa Edition

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