The inaugural 2020 Pan-African Cyber Law Summit is themed Cyber Law in the digital era, with primary focus on Africa Collaborating to Effect Cyber Regulatory Measures.
The 3 days’ jam-packed agenda will ensure delegates get a clear info on understanding how governments are responding to 4IR, The different regulatory bodies, the digital skills agenda across Africa and also
REASONS TO ATTEND
The Summit will bring Leaders of State, Subject Matter Experts and Highly regarded speakers to share knowledge, experiences and real-life case studies relating to:
- Technological developments in the 4th Industrial Revolution (4IR) and the challenges facing the regulatory environment and online data protection;
- How data protection authorities enforce privacy laws in the digital era;
- Position of the AU Convention in the adoption of cloud computing and data protection;
- Human capital development for effective implementation of the AU Convention and other cyber security measures at regional and local level;
- what it takes to create a complying cyber secured environment; and vi. Role of entrepreneurship and innovation in the 4IR and the potential impact to the public sector procurement.
- Role of entrepreneurship and innovation in the 4IR and the potential impact to the public sector procurement.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
The Summit is intended to provide professionals with a platform to learn issues of cyber evolution and comprehend if Africa is competitively playing a role in this digital era; particularly as it relates technological advancements, economic activity, security and data.
DATES AND VENUE
02 – 04 March 2020.