South Africa’s Cybersecurity Response Chairperson to Speak at #PubliSec2022

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The Public Sector Cybersecurity Summit hosted by IT News Africa on the 2nd and 3rd of August 2022. Sign up here: https://itnewsafrica.com/event/event/public-sector-cybersecurity-summit-2022/

Irene Moetsana-Moeng, the Director at South Africa’s Public Sector Agency & the Chairperson of the country’s Cybersecurity Response Committee has been confirmed as a speaker at this year’s Public Sector Cybersecurity Summit held on 2nd and 3rd August 2022.

Moetsana-Moeng is an Information Technology and Cybersecurity executive with extensive experience across the Airline, Insurance industries and Public Sector.

She led the development of South Africa’s Cybercrime Bill and coordinated and managed the Global Action on Cybercrime capacity-building project sponsored by Council of Europe which led to the successful training of members in the Criminal Justice System in South Africa.

In Africa, the situation is dire with top international cybersecurity education firm KnowBe4 reporting that the continent faces a growing array of cyber threats from espionage, critical infrastructure sabotage, and organized crime. It also notes a skills shortage, with a growing 100,000-person gap in certified cybersecurity professionals.

If your public organisation is digitally connected, as all successful modern enterprises should be, then you cannot afford to miss the #PubliSec2022.

This world-class event will allow you to learn from local and international case studies and hear from public sector security experts, enabling you to bolster cyber security within your public organisation, all from the comfort of your home or office.

Other Confirmed Speakers Include:

  • Craig Nel, MEA Business Development Leader, Digital Assistants & Security at Oracle.
  • Molehe Wesi, CEO: .ZA Domain Authority.
  • Patrick Devine, Data Security Specialist for Solid8 Technologies.
  • Joey Jansen van Vuuren, Manager: Cybersecurity Centre of Innovation Research, Group Leader: Cyber Defence Council for Scientific and Industrial Research.
  • Loice Ngulube, CIO at POSB Zimbabwe.
  • Bruce W. Watson, Full Professor, Centre For Ai Research (Cair), School For Data-Science and Computational Thinking – Stellenbosch University.
  • Ahmore Burger-Smidt, Director, Werksmans Advisory Services.
  • Abe Wakama, CEO: IT News Africa.
  • Abdul Baba, CTO: Industrial Development Corporation (IDC).

Don’t miss out – Register now for #PubliSec2022 and prepare your public organisation before the attack comes. Because once your systems are compromised, it will already be too late.

To learn more, click here.


By Staff Writer.

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