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SOCIAL ENGINEERING- THE ART OF HUMAN HACKING

What is Social Engineering? This in simple terms is the act of trying to manipulate...

6th AfricaHackOn Conference

AfricaHackOn invites you to the 6th Annual AfricaHackOn Cyber Security Conference that will be held on 12th - 16th August, 2019...

Women in Cybersecurity Awards Africa 2020

The inaugural Women in Cybersecurity Awards Africa 2020 (WICA Africa) is the first of its kind award to honor cybersecurity professionals...

Top 15 Open Source Security Softwares and Tools

Hey everyone? How are you? Today i would like to touch on security by listing(with links) The Top Open Source Security Tools...

Cyber crime a major hurdle to confidential data storage, IoT

As the world prepares for a hyperconnected Internet of Things (IoT) landscape where billions of devices will be interconnected and zillions of...

Millions of Facebook records exposed on public servers – report

Facebook appears to have dropped the ball on privacy controls again after hundreds of millions of user records were exposed on public...

AirtelTigo CEO calls for collaboration to protect young people online

Today, 5th February 2019 is Safer Internet Day. This global event takes place in February every year. Safer Internet Day promotes a safer...

10 Anonymity Rules

Use Tor (Encrypted Browser, Proxy and Protocol)Use Tails (Secure OS)Use Signal (Secure Messaging App)Use Burner EmailsUse a VPN (A Non Logging...
Kenya has now become a hotspot for cyber fraudsters and criminals. Cybercrime in Kenya is targeting banks and other financial institutions. [Photo/CPO Magazine]

How Young Kenyan Hackers are Making Money Illegally by Targeting Banks

A quick look into how and possibly why young Kenyan techies and nerds are turning into black hat hackers and are targeting financial organizations e.g banks. Hint? This problem stems from the lack of job opportunities and security for the youth especially those in the I.T & Cybersecurity Industries in Kenya.

The dark side of Mobile Apps.

Mobile device security threats are on the rise and it’s not hard to see why. In 2019 the number of worldwide mobile phone...
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Airtel goes big on data as internet demand rises in Kenya.

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Navigating Huawei smart devices without Google apps

Huawei has over the past few months been unveiling their new class of smart devices. The most conspicuous thing about the new...

Women in Cybersecurity Awards Africa 2020

The inaugural Women in Cybersecurity Awards Africa 2020 (WICA Africa) is the first of its kind award to honor cybersecurity professionals...