West African cyber security summit holds March 21

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The West African Cyber Security Summit (WACSS) has been scheduled to take place on March 21, 2018 alongside Securex West Africa at the Landmark Centre in Lagos.

The WACSS is the ultimate platform to learn about essential market developments, key trends, cutting-edge technology and to discuss strategies to address the latest risks and threats facing the industry.

This invitation-only summit will welcome 150 senior cyber security representatives from both the private and public sector, all eager to be at the forefront of innovation in the industry.

With the full interactive programme yet to be announced, organisers have divulged several key themes that this year’s summit will follow.

Also, the international trade fair for the security and safety industry in Nigeria will take place from March 20-21, 2018 at the same venue.

Organised by Afrocet Montgomery, the show will encompass fire and rescue, commercial, homeland and cyber security industries.

However, sponsorship and partnership slots are still available for companies looking to participate at the WACSS) 2018. For more information on WACSS sponsorship and information on how to apply, please contact Joleen.Sibley@montex.co.uk.

Cybercrime is a rapidly growing problem affecting Africa, fuelled by the high levels of poverty as it’s relatively easy to carry out and the lack of legal policies to prevent and prosecute perpetrators if, and when, they are caught makes it all the more attractive to criminals.



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