Africa 2013: Cyber-Crime, Hacking and Malware

Africa's economies are beginning to flourish as more and more organisations take advantage of the opportunities available in developing markets, and, like many emerging markets, Africa's success is indelibly linked with the success of its IT and technology industries. However, with advances in technology, comes the threat of cyber-crime, hacking and malware.

To find out how Africa is affected by cyber-crime, we spoke to people on the ground. This report offers expert opinion and specific local research into IT security in Egypt, South Africa, Kenya and Nigeria.

The full findings are available here.


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