Africa’s Information Security Conference, AISCON 2019, will take place in Cameroon’s economic capital, Douala on October 24, 2019. The conference which is in its sixth edition will take place at Mbayaville Hotel located at the Bassa neighborhood from 9am to 3pm.
AISCON 2019, organized by Zuoix, an information security company has as theme for this year’s discussion Cyber Tools as Weapons and Defense Mechanism.
With the increase in cyber criminality and unauthorized access of computer systems, cyber security remains a critical business tool for every organization. This is the reason why Zuo Bruno, CEO of Zuoix and other partners have decided to bring together people from various organizations to discuss the dangers of cyber crime and how it can be combated.
With a wide number of security issues faced by governments, financial institutions and so on, the organizers are calling on businesses, financial institutions, forces of law and order and individuals to be part of this important conference.
The conference organizers will showcase how artificial intelligence, the Internet and smart technology have revolutionize online activities the world over and how easily they can be hacked.
It will also offer an opportunity for ethical hackers from Africa to showcase new discoveries or whatever research they have carried out.
This years main speakers will include Tata Derick (Founder – Cyber Defense), Zuo Bruno (Zuoix), Paul Mbua Babila (Founder – Zixtech Business), Churchill Nanje (Founder – Njorku), Otto Akama (MD – Makonjo Media) and a host of others.
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It should be noted that AISCON brings together professionals and experts in the domain of information and cyber security from all over Africa to learn the latest attack trends and how they can be prevented. You can register online or get in touch with the organizers.
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