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Cyber Intelligence Africa 2022
Johannesburg, South Africa

08-09 February 2022

The South African government are working hard to become a more cybersecure nations in the coming years. In recent rankings they are heading in the right direction, however, there are still many vulnerabilities that need stabilising.

We are pleased to bring our Cyber Intelligence event to the African continent. Our inaugural Cyber Intelligence Africa conference and exhibition will take place in Johannesburg, South Africa on the 08-09 February 2022. During the 2-day show you will hear from the regional governments who will discuss national cyber security strategies and policies, combating cybercrimes across Africa, international cooperation, threat intelligence and detection capabilities and building cyber awareness.

This event will provide you unrivalled access to the regions key government officials who are implementing national cyber security programs and building cyber defence capabilities. Africa suffers from many malware and ransomware attacks as cyber criminals target the easiest organisations and computer systems to breach. However, governments are working tirelessly to prevent future cyber-attacks to their critical infrastructures.

To be part of our inaugural Cyber Intelligence Africa conference and exhibition either as a sponsor, exhibitor, speaker or delegate please contact us on or +44 1582 346 706.

Supporting Partners

  • Colonel Jesse Phillips, Director, J6, United States Africa Command (USAFRICOM)
  • Kashifu Inuwa Abdullahi, Director-General, National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), Nigeria
  • Carmen Corbin, Head of Counter Cybercrime Programming – Africa, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
  • Ouanilo Jérôme Medegan, Director, National Systems Security Agency, Benin
  • Dhamir Mannai, Head of National Cyber Security Strategy, Government of Tunisia
  • Vladimir Aman, Head, Ivory Coast Computer Emergency Response Team (CI-CERT)
  • Aly Kande, Chief of Cybersecurity Division, National Police, Senegal
  • Philip Irode, Head of Information Security and Cyber Security, ICT Agency, Kenya
  • Arnold Mangeni, Director of Information Security, National Information Technology Authority (NITA), Uganda
  • Songezo Mbambisa, Deputy Director, Cybercrime, City of Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Victoria White, First Secretary Cyber for Southern Africa, British High Commission, Pretoria
  • Omar Daas, Senior Cybercrime Officer, The African Union Mechanism for Police Cooperation (AFRIPOL)
  • Rennett Mbako Maphane, Security Architect and Technical Lead, Department of Information Technology, Ministry of Transport and Communications, Botswana
  • David Roberts, Economic Officer (Transportation, ICT and Cyber), U.S. Embassy, Pretoria
  • Renier van Heeren, Cyber Security Team Lead, South African National Research Network (SANReN)
  • Professor Basie von Solms, Director, Centre for Cyber Security, University of Johannesburg, South Africa


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