Cyber Security visionaries to gather at #WCSSAfrica to define, describe, and forecast the market.

Taking place on 24 May 2021 in Africa, the 10th global edition of

World Cyber Security Summit will focus on topics such as Cyber Security framework and

strategies for the African Government Authorities; National security, Cyber Threats and

Governance: The Rise of Security Culture in Africa; Zero Trust Networks & Resilient ICT

Re-Budgeting for Corporate sectors; Cyber Security trends and crucial security strategies for

sectors and enterprises and much more.

The African Prospect

The Africa cybersecurity market size is anticipated to witness strong growth over the

coming years on account of rapid growth in internet users combined with growing

dependability on e-governance, IoT, commercial services and social networking.

This is also bolstered by an increasing number of cybercrime within the country that have,

unfortunately, been seeing a surge in pushing governments to support sectors such as

telecom, retail, finance and health to help amplify the demand for enterprise cybersecurity

products, services and consumer software in the country.

“Cybersecurity landscape is rapidly changing & evolving in Africa“ stated Naresh Kumar, Director - Regional Sales Development at emt Distribution META. He further added, “Find, Fix, & Protect - Take Control Of Your Network and It’s our ongoing efforts to educate, position and protect our partners IT ecosystem with Progress and emt Cyber security and ICT solutions.”

What next for the continent?

Enterprises and governments are leading an increased effort to strengthen the internet

infrastructure and improve the solutions and aid provided by the software industry in a bid to

protect its citizens from cyber attacks in the future.

Apart from this, factors such as the need for unified cyber solutions, increased internet

subscriptions, data disclosure mandates, enhanced enterprise mobility, and increased

spending patterns on security forums are boosting the demand for cyber security solutions in

the nation.

Cyber security leaders play an important role in today’s business. They have to put out a

strong message of influence as security is a culture and business should become a part of

this security culture”, stated Mithun Shetty, CEO, Trescon.

World Cyber Security Summit – Africa will feature a ground-breaking collaboration of experts

such as Dr Ahmedin Mohammed, State Minister, Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia

Ministry of Innovation and Technology; Peter Hunguru, Head of Information Communication

and Technology, Zimbabwe National Road Administration (ZINARA); Themba Mnguni,

Deputy Director, IT Audit, Department of Rural Development and Land Reform; Collins

Osagie Omokaro, Special Assistant to the Honourable Minister for Industry, Trade and

Investment, FCT, Abuja; Muyowa Mutemwa, Senior Cyber security Consultant, Council for

Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), City of Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa; and

Humphrey Mutuma, Youth Governor & Executive Director, Youths for Youths Network to

name a few.

The summit will be hosted on the virtual events platform Vmeets to help participants network and conduct business in an interactive and immersive virtual environment. Participants can also engage with speakers in Q&A sessions and network with solution providers in virtual exhibition booths, private consultation rooms and private networking rooms. The World Cyber Security Summit – Africa is officially sponsored by Platinum Sponsor - Nanjgel Solutions and Accops; Gold Sponsors - emt Distribution FZ-LLC and Progress Software Corporation; Silver Sponsor - ManageEngine and SHELT.

About World Cyber Security Summit

World Cyber Security Summit is a thought-leadership driven, business-focused initiative that

provides a platform for CISOs who are looking to explore new-age threats and the

technologies/strategies to mitigate them.

To register visit - World Cyber Security Summit – Africa.

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